Can You Drill a Hole Through Your Head and Survive?: 180 Fascinating Questions and Amazing Answers about Science, Health, and Nature
Skyhorse Publishing Inc., 2007 - Humor - 246 pages
For the readers who made Why Do Men Have Nipples? a bestseller comes this collection of mind-boggling answers to everyday (and not-so-everyday) questions.
Can a thick pair of shoes save you in a nuclear attack? How do you cut off your own arm? Are live insects safe to eat? How much can you understand while you’re in a coma? Can science prove or disprove the existence of God? Can your iPod make you hallucinate? Do pregnant women make better wine tasters? Can You Drill a Hole in Your Head and Survive? tackles age-old health and scientific quandaries. Addictive and endlessly entertaining, this is the perfect gift for know-it-alls and know-nothings alike.
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