There are No Electrons

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Clearwater Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Science - 322 pages
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A whimsical introduction to electricity for adults, employing humor & outlandish mnemonic analogies, including a tongue-in-cheek debunking of the electron theory. Voltage, current, resistance, through amplifiers & I.C.s. "Fascinating & fun!" - Ray Bradbury. "A major breakthrough in teaching the elementary physics of electricity." - Clive Cussler. "It changed my life." - Dave Berry. "The practical yet lively presentation immediately caught my interest & held my attention throughout." - Dr. Roger Young, Director, Center for Independent Studies, University of Missouri.

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Easy to read primer of basic electronics. - Goodreads
Some of these puns take pages to build up to. - Goodreads
Great introduction to electronics! - Goodreads

Review: There Are No Electrons: Electronic for Earthlings

User Review  - JC - Goodreads

The thing I love about this book is that while whimsical, it worked. I remember concepts about electronics that I couldn't keep straight. It could be that I'm addled at understanding them, but it ... Read full review

Review: There Are No Electrons: Electronic for Earthlings

User Review  - Kitsuniku - Goodreads

A interesting take on the electron theory, and definitely more entertaining than a textbook version. Elements are written in a way that makes them easy to remember and recall. This was a book I had ... Read full review

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