How Many Moons Does the Earth Have? The Ultimate Science Quiz Book

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 6/21/2016
  • Publisher: Icon Books

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Why did Uuq become Fl? Why is the sky blue? Why is the sky black? What is spaghettification? There’s a problem with the typical pub quiz. It always features far too much sport, 1980s pop and celebrity gossip — and not nearly enough science.

How Many Moons Does the Earth Have? is the ultimate solution. Test your knowledge to the limit with a sizzling collection of brain-stretching, science-based questions in two eight-round quizzes. Turn the page to get the answer immediately — and as each answer page explores the subject in more depth, this the only quiz that’s just as entertaining to read from beginning to end as it is to play competitively.

Where was the Big Bang? What links the elephant Tusko and Timothy Leary? What is the significance of 6EQUJ5? Science explainer extraordinaire Brian Clegg tells all . . .

Author Biography

Science writer Brian Clegg studied physics at Cambridge and specializes in making the strangest aspects of the universe accessible to the general reader. He is editor of popularscience.co.uk and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, London.

He is editor of PopularScience.co.uk and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. His previous books from Icon include Inflight Science, The Universe Inside You, Dice World, The Quantum Age and Introducing Infinity: A Graphic Guide. He is also the author of, from St Martin’s Press, The God Effect (2009), Gravity (2012) and How to Build a Time Machine (2013). Clegg lives in Swindon, U.K.

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