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Not as informative as I thought it might be. Good exercise in exercising your The book Brain Trust does a good job of talking about “trivial” things, like making paper airplanes, the colors needed on a map, delayed gratification, or how to scam-proof yourself. Stay tuned for more fun, fascinating and sometimes useful books nestled at the nexus of pop and science.
With the mathematical way of shooting, you can possibly made up that 0. Feb 16, Long Nguyen rated it it was amazing. Though it looks like that the author is just collecting random experiments to let us know that science can be applied in all situations.
What makes the essays painful to read is that the author tries to be funny with side quips in essays where such a personal characteristic is probably lacking. I decided to read this book because I found it sitting on a shelve in my dad’s bedroom. If you are thinking of reading it, don’t make the same mistake. Have to give the author credit for exploring scientific studies in the areas of behavioral science, physics, etc.
Return to Book Page. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Once you start it, it is hypnotizingly trivial and yet compelling. I brushed them over and didn’t really consider any of them. Because I kept thinking about studying.
I received this book as a first reads win. The only reason I didn’t give it five stars is that a couple of the essays Seemed like throwaways.
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First, this book is terribly written. Jul 16, Zahir rated it it was ok. I wish the book was organized a little better, with sections to do with biology, anthroplogy, economics, etc.
Truth be told, this a great and fun read.
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Think of it as a nice change garht pace and enjoy yourself. Memorize this list of I mean, what was this? Sundme see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
I enjoyed my read, but I don’t think grain lot of the knowledge in the book will stick with me; maybe the parts about body language when flirting or eating within the sp Pop science books aren’t usually my thing, but this one had its interesting points.
From eating to speed dating, to making a goal in soccer or folding a world record paper airplane, this book is full of neat facts and insights into the process of being human.
An enjoyable casual read, with doses of the author’s personality popping into the writing every now and again.
No trivia or quizzes yet. It was a really enjoyable read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I wouldn’t try to escape tickets by fawning the police using probability and psychology. This book is filled with nuggets of information, little bite-sized articles, which make it great for sharing with others and is addictive enough that it’s impossible to put down.
I am then left with a vague, almost dream like memory of useless facts. Refresh and try again. It just didn’t capture my interest very much. Feb 22, Velvet rated it it was amazing Shelves: Some of the “secrets” were really interesting to read about.
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Brakn I’m saying is that it CAN be done. Lists with This Book. Instead what he winds up doing is making gaeth comments and what he believes are witty quips. I did not know that behavioral economics was a field! I’m positive that this alone is what drew so many readers to pick up this book and start reading. Although I wouldn’t recommend reading this book cover to cover it is great in short bursts.
I am really looking forward to this one! It jumps fast from one topic to the next This book has lots of inspiring ideas and also talks about some misconceptions. I like books like this every once in awhile.