Have moles always lived in holes?
Why are blondes so stupid?
How much radiation can a pickled onion withstand?
The world is full of really important questions. You will find none of them in this book. What you will find is plenty of nonsense, lots of lies and just enough truth to make you double check the ‘facts’ with a reliable source.
Following the huge success of the New Scientist books Does Anything Eat Wasps? and Why Don’t Penguins’ Feet Freeze?, this is an alternative take on human curiosity. With detailed answers to ridiculous questions, if you’ve learnt absolutely nothing useful by the time you’ve finished this book, at least you’ll be laughing.
Preview Was Too Average
This seemed promising as I read the summary, as it should. Then i listened to the preview and found it slightly funny, but it could not have been possibly read out in a more boring voice. Use some emotion. I was expecting it to be something like the podcast 'Answer me this!", which is a amzing, and this could be too, if it was read out properly.