When Science Goes Wrong
Simon LeVay, "When Science Goes Wrong"
English | 2009 | ISBN: 190630808X, 0452289327 | 278 pages | mobi | 0,9 MB
Neuroscientist and author Simon LeVay brings together twelve of the most shocking stories of scientifi c failure in recent history. From forensic science and microbiology tonuclear physics and meteorology, these true tales of human error are often horrifying, sometimes amusing, and always entertaining: A surprise hurricane makes a violent appearance onland despite repeated assurances that the hurricane doesnt exist A team of scientists hike into the crater of what they think is a dormant volcano, ignoring signals of an imminent eruption A patient who underwent cutting-edge brain surgery involving fetal transplants is found to have hair growing inside his brain When Science Goes Wrong is fascinating reading for anyone whose high school science project blew up at exactly the wrong time"and further confi rmation that you never want to hear a brain surgeon or a nuclear physicist say, œOops!
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