I have just finished reading my 15th book of the year: Question Everything. This book has no specific author but was published by New Scientist.
I found it absolutely fascinating. I learned so much about things I never even thought about.
It covers all kinds of subjects from transport and chemistry to space and Earth. I believe everyone should read this book just so they can learn a little bit more about the world we live in and how things work.
It is an extremely easy read and I finished sections in less than an hour. I found it very difficult to put down because I just really enjoyed learning about all of these new things that I never knew before.
One of the questions I found particularly interesting was:
What is fire made of? What is its atomic structure, what causes things to burst into flame in the first place and why can’t all materials be made to produce flames?
See what I mean about things I’ve never thought about? I don’t know about the rest of you but this question to me blew my mind.But I’m going to have to disappoint you and say to get the answer you will have to buy the book – but lets be honest, we all love new books.
I was definitely not disappointed with this book and I’m glad my father knows me well enough to get this for me for my birthday.
If you’re into maths and physics click here to get your own.