A Scientific View

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AuthorHouse, Dec 12, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
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A scientific view is the sequel to Our Own Book of Science, with Scott and Ross who are still asking questions about Science, they stay for a long weekend with their Uncle Tom and Aunty Sheila in the town of Hertford.

Their questions range from Ghosts and Time Travel to the history of Space, History of Rocketry, has Earth been visited by Alien visitors from far off Galaxies, and DNA with an explanation of how too extract it from fruit, and much more facts on science,in an easy  form of explanation, that everyone should be able to  understand  and enjoy the fun of science as it should be.

Tomassino Semadini.

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About the author (2007)

Tomassino Semadini was born in the town of Middlesbrough in April 1949, has a Degree in Physics, Mathematics & Astrophysics, lived mainly in London, married Sheila and then moved to Hertford in the county of Hertfordshire, where he builds and designs scientific models for clubs and societys, has written a few articles for his local Astronomical Club and wrote his first book this year Our Own Book of Science, its a true story about his young nephews asking questions on science and getting the answers in a simplistic way, that hopefully anyone with an interest in science that can be easily understood by all.

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