Game of Knowns review ´ 9

review Game of Knowns

Game of Knowns review ´ 9 È There are Known KnownsKnown Unknowns andUnknown UnknownsAnd then there is Dr KarlThe inimitable Dr Karl reigns once in his Dynasty of 34 Science Books with scintillating science scenarios techie tales and tasty morsels to sate even the most haemoglobin thirsty of his army of followersIn Game of Knowns he divulges why psychopathDivulges why psychopaths make good kings how smartphones dumb down our conversations why the left side of your face is the most attractive how the female worker bee gets a raw deal and why we drink beer faster when it is served in a curved glass He discloses the amazing opportunities that 3D Printing will. Good short articles on pop sci Always interesting In the end Dr Karl corrects his prune skin as being evolutionary grippy feet and hands rather than soaked by water in bath Karl won an IgNobel Prize for the blue fibre bellybutton fluff theory Who knew

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There are Known KnownsKnown Unknowns andUnknown UnknownsAnd then there is Dr KarlThe inimitable Dr Karl reigns once in his Dynasty of 34 Science Books with scintillating science scenarios techie tales and tasty morsels to sate even the most haemoglobin thirsty of his army of followersIn Game of Knowns he. I like Dr Karl There is NO getting around that This book like his many others is a uick chunk get your Why is it so Fix popular science book Filled with small facts on many topics it allows you to grab snippets of information from here there and everywhere Sort of like brain candy The problem I think with these sorts of books is that it can give people the impression they are experts in any given field without actually having done any significant research in any of those fields When you are asked the uestion Where did you source that information from And you answer From Dr Karl With no other credible and reliable studies peer reviewed articles or experimentation please don't expect me to believe you are a scientist neurobiologist That being said as a popular science book it does it's job It gets people interested in uestions and seeks to relay information on topics in an entertaining way

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Game of KnownsBring the magic of hoverboards solemnly shares why dark matter matters and spills the scientific basis of wealth distributionThereby Science is decreed to be the only true ruler of the kingdom and there is none better to claim the Throne than Australia's most trusted and knowledge thirsty scientist Dr Ka. Dr Karl is a fabulous populariser of science We are proud to have him as an Australian in terms of the book it would make a particularly illuminating edition to any general public member lacking scientific knowledge confused about everyday uestions and interested in everyday musings There is of course material such as Free will dark energy and matter and 3D printing that I think people into science can still appreciate