Can You Drill a Hole Through Your Head and Survive?: 180 Fascinating Questions and Amazing Answers about Science, Health, and Nature

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Simon Rogers
Skyhorse Publishing Inc., 2007 - Humor - 246 pages
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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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About the author (2007)

Simon Rogers edited the selections in this book from The Guardian's "This Week" column, which has been investigating the world's most perplexing science questions for years. He lives in Australia.

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