How to Clone the Perfect Blonde: Making Fantasies Come True with Cutting-edge Science

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Ebury, 2003 - Science - 280 pages
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In an attempt to engineer the most popular science book ever, Nelson and Hollingham try to make our everyday fantasies come true using the very latest in scientific theory: the dating game simplified with human cloning, righting everyday mistakes with time travel, avoiding the dreaded commute using teleportation and flying cars, plus living forever, always winning, becoming a permanent size 12 or making your home townor place of work disappear forever. While th humour of the fantasy is always kept in view and addressed, the book takes a detailed look at the cutting edge science that just could make it possible. Topics touched on include: biotechnology, quantum mechanics, gene therapy, time travel, parallel universes, block holes, genetic modification, bionics, cybernetics, crygenics, nanotechnology, teleportation and antigravity.

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User Review  - E.R.G. - LibraryThing

The best fact book I've read recently. It explains it all simply enough that you can understand it but it still goes into detail, and it covers lots of different areas of science. All through there ... Read full review

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User Review  - fpagan - LibraryThing

A valiant attempt to turn young people and other nonscientists on to reality. Uses as its hook a number of common fantasies such as teleportation and living forever. Read full review


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