The Velocity of Honey: And More Science of Everyday Life

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Aurum, 2004 - Science - 211 pages
Always witty and stimulating and to the point, Jay Ingram's essays are modelsf their kind, revealing again and again the fascination that can be foundeneath the surface of everyday life if we just pause to consider theignificance of objects and phenomena that we normally take completely forranted.

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