Depending on who you ask, all science can be strange. For example, in the immortal words of The Insane Clown Posse, "I've seen miracles all around me, stop and look around it's all astounding, water, fire air and dirt, f*cking magnets, how do they work? I don't want to talk to a scientist, ya'll MF lying and getting me pissed..." See?

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    Guns, Germs, And Steel: The Fates Of Human Societies


    A tour through 13,000 years of history on all the continents, explaining the origins of empires, religion, writing, crops and guns. Learn More
  2. Hallucinations (paperback)



    From the best-selling author of Musicophilia and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, a provocative investigation into hallucinations—auditory, visual, tactile, olfactory-their many guises, their physiological sources, and their personal and cultural resonances. Learn More
  3. Hatch's Order of Magnitude

    Hatch's Order of Magnitude: Methodical Rankings of the Commonplace and the Incredible for Daily Reference by a Man of Extraordinary Genius and Impeccable Taste


    Methodical Rankings of the Commonplace & the Incredible for Daily Reference by a Man of Extraordinary Genius & Impeccable Taste. Learn More
  4. The Haunting of America (mass market version)

    Haunting of America: From the Salem Witch Trials to Harry Houdini


    In the tradition of their Haunting of the Presidents, authors Joel Martin and William J. Birnes write The Haunting of America: From The Salem Witch Trials to Harry Houdini, the only book to tell the story of how paranormal events influenced and sometimes even drove political events. Learn More
  5. Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations

    Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations


    A revelatory examination of how the wildfirelike spread of new forms of social interaction enabled by technology is changing the way humans form groups and exist within them, with profound long-term economic and social effects-for good and for ill. Learn More
  6. Hidden Treasure

    Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine


    Founded 175 years ago, the National Library of Medicine is the world’s largest medical library, with more than 17 million items dating from the 11th century to the present in its holdings. Learn More
  7. History of Farting

    History of Farting


    You know you do it. Everyone farts. From the ancient Greeks to monarchs and presidents, here is a chronicle of broken wind that sails through the ages. Learn More
  8. Hitler's Flying Saucers

    Hitler's Flying Saucers: A Guide to German Flying Discs of the Second World War (New Edition)


    WWII expert Stevens shows us the incredible and suppressed technology of the Third Reich and their desire to create highly advanced "wingless” aircraft-yes, flying saucers! Learn More
  9. How Do You Get An Egg Into A Bottle?

    How Do You Get An Egg Into A Bottle? And Other Questions


    Bizarre, weird and wonderful puzzles with science. Learn More
  10. How Do You Walk on Fire? and Other Questions

    How Do You Walk on Fire? and Other Questions


    Bizarre, WEird and Wonderful Puzzles With Science. Learn More
  11. How Not To Be Wrong

    How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking


    The Freakonomics of math—a math-world superstar unveils the hidden beauty and logic of the world and puts its power in our hands. Learn More
  12. How Pleasure Works

    How Pleasure Works: The New Science of Why We Like What We Like


    Yale psychologist Paul Bloom presents a striking new vision of the pleasures of everyday life. Learn More
  13. How To Create A Mind

    How to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed


    The bestselling author of The Singularity Is Near explores the limitless potential of reverse-engineering the human brain Learn More
  14. How to Make a Zombie

    How to Make a Zombie: The Real Life (and Death) Science of Reanimation and Mind Control


    The search for the means to control the bodies and minds of our fellow humans has been underway for millennia, from the sleep-inducing honeycombs that felled Pompey’s army to the famous voodoo potions of Haiti. Learn More
  15. The Human Age

    Human Age: The World Shaped By Us


    As Diane Ackerman writes in her brilliant new book, The Human Age, "our relationship with nature has changed…radically, irreversibly, but by no means all for the bad. Our new epoch is laced with invention. Our mistakes are legion, but our talent is immeasurable." Learn More
  16. Human Anatomy

    Human Anatomy: A Visual History from the Renaissance to the Digital Age


    Praised by Nature ("stunning"), the London Times ("remarkable"), and the Guardian ("mesmeric"), this lavishly illustrated book chronicles the remarkable history of anatomical illustration. Learn More
  17. I Wasn't Strong Like This When I Started Out

    I Wasn't Strong Like This When I Started Out: True Stories of Becoming a Nurse


    This collection of true narratives reflects the dynamism and diversity of nurses, who provide the first vital line of patient care. Learn More
  18. Illustrated Portfolio Of Human Anatomy And Pathology

    Illustrated Portfolio Of Human Anatomy And Pathology


    The essential collection of 30 anatomical charts of the human body. Learn More
  19. Imaginary Animals

    Imaginary Animals: The Monstrous, the Wondrous and the Human


    Fire-breathing dragons, beautiful mermaids, majestic unicorns, terrifying three-headed dogs—these fantastic creatures have long excited our imagination. Learn More
  20. In Me Own Words

    In Me Own Words: The Autobiography Of Bigfoot


    Life ain't easy when you're a bigfoot. Learn More
  21. In the Shadow of the Sabertooth

    In the Shadow of the Sabertooth: A Renegade Naturalist Considers Global Warming, the First Americans and the Terrible Beasts of the Pleistocene


    Our climate is changing fast. The future is uncertain, probably fiery, and likely terrifying. Yet shifting weather patterns have threatened humans before, right here in North America, when people first colonized this continent. Learn More
  22. Incognito (trade paperback)

    Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain


    If the conscious mind—the part you consider to be you—is just the tip of the iceberg, what is the rest doing? Learn More
  23. Infinite Energy Technologies

    Infinite Energy Technologies: Tesla, Cold Fusion, Antigravity, and the Future of Sustainability


    Clean, sustainable energy solutions from the geniuses of our past and the visionaries of our future. Learn More
  24. Insect Theatre

    Insect Theatre


    Through the Insect Theatre collection Tim Edgar provides an eye-opening commentary on the spectacle of the everyday and the insects that we reside with. Learn More
  25. The Island of the Colorblind

    Island Of The Colorblind


    Part travelogue, part autobiography, part medical mystery story. Learn More

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