If you are anything like me, the mere mention of physics makes your brain hurt. That theory is too deep for me. Or so I thought until I looked at one of the library’s new books, The flying circus of physics by Jearl Walker. Walker takes the theories of physics and illuminates/illustrates them with fun everyday examples. For instance, is it better to walk or run through rain when you don’t have an umbrella. Take a look and see what you can learn.
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