Christoph Neimann's 'Unpopular Science' Puts a Face on Physics

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 28, 2010 • References: niemann.blogs.nytimes & neatorama
You don't have to be a physics major to get a kick out of Christoph Neimann's 'Unpopular Science.' Through illustrations, 'Unpopular Science' explains how seemingly random and mundane occurrences are still subject to the laws of physics.

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