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

 - 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.

I never thought about the gravitational pull of a fridge stocked full of food until I saw 'Unpopular Science.' If you want to learn a thing or two about physics while chuckling at the same time, then check out the 'Unpopular Science' series above.