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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  1. Moonwalking with Einstein (trade paperback)

    Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything


    Foer's unlikely journey from chronically forgetful science journalist to U.S. Memory Champion frames a revelatory exploration of the vast, hidden impact of memory on every aspect of our lives. Learn More
  2. More Far-Out Adventures

    More Far-Out Adventures: Further Strange Adventures from the Pages of World Explorer Magazine


    Get packing for the trip of your life. An all-new collection of stories from the pages of World Explorer. Learn More
  3. More Information Than You Require

    More Information Than You Require


    The author of The Areas of My Expertise - also known as The Daily Show's 'Resident Expert' and the PC in the iconic Mac ads - picks up exactly where his first book left off. Exactly. Learn More
  4. Musicophilia

    Musicophilia: Tales Of Music And The Brain


    Music can move us to the heights or depths of emotion. Learn More
  5. Mutter Museum: Historic Medical Photographs

    Mutter Museum: Historic Medical Photographs


    Beginning in the early to mid-19th century, medical photography became an invaluable new form of communication between physicians and their professional colleagues and students to convey facts about patients and disease. Learn More
  6. My Inventions and Other Writings

    My Inventions and Other Writings


    The fascinating autobiography of the legendary inventor behind the radio, wireless energy, robotics, and much more. Learn More
  7. Mythical Beasts of Japan

    Mythical Beasts of Japan: From Evil Creatures to Sacred Beings


    A collection of glorious imaginary beings from Japanese mythology. Learn More
  8. Mythical Zoo

    Mythical Zoo: Animals in Life, Legend, and Literature


    From Aesop's Fables to Mockingjay, animals have always played a pivotal role in human culture. Even today, animals wield symbolic powers as varied as the cultures that embrace them. Sacred cows, wily serpents, fearsome lions, elegant swans, busy bees, and sly foxes--all are caricatures of the creatures themselves, yet they reflect not only how different cultures see the natural world around them but also how such cultures make use of their native animals. Learn More
  9. New Disonaur Discoveries A-Z

    New Dinosaur Discoveries A-Z


    William Stout captures the spirit of twenty-six new dinosaur discoveries in this highly visual kid-friendly edition. Learn More
  10. Norm Chronicles

    Norm Chronicles: Stories And Numbers About Danger And Death


    Is it safer to fly or take the train? How dangerous is skydiving? And is eating that extra sausage going to kill you? We’ve all heard the statistics for risky activities, but what do they mean in the real world? Learn More
  11. Nothing

    Nothing: A Portrait of Insomnia


    One of the most acclaimed young voices of his generation, Blake Butler now offers his first work of nonfiction: a deeply candid and wildly original look at the phenomenon of insomnia. Learn More
  12. Nurse: Past, Present and Future

    Nurse: Past, Present and Future: The Making of Modern Nursing


    Nurse: Past, Present and Future: The Making of Modern Nursing examines the culture of nursing, looking at its historical development and current status internationally. Learn More
  13. One Million

    One Million


    Fully updated and revised, Hertzberg’s book is a fascinating compendium of random statistics, but the author’s trademark intelligence and wit are on display through his choices and juxtaposition. Learn More
  14. IOrigins

    Origins: Fourteen Billion Years Of Cosmic Evolution


    Our true origins are not just human, or even terrestrial, but in fact cosmic. Learn More
  15. Packing for Mars (tpb)

    Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void


    The best-selling author of Stiff and Bonk explores the irresistibly strange universe of space travel and life without gravity. Learn More
  16. Physics of the Future

    Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100


    Space elevators. Internet-enabled contact lenses. Cars that fly by floating on magnetic fields. This is the stuff of science fiction—it’s also daily life in the year 2100. Learn More
  17. Physics: An Illustrated History of the Foundations of Science

    Physics: An Illustrated History of the Foundations of Science


    The fourth addition to the" Ponderables " series, Physics: An Illustrated History of the Foundations Science follows famous scientists and other experts through the ages as they unravel the fabric of the universe to reveal the array of fundamental forces, intangible articles, and indestructible energy that make up one of our core scientific studies. Learn More
  18. Poop Culture

    Poop Culture: How America Is Shaped By Its Grossest National Product


    Is 'The Origin of Feces' a Darwinian concern? Perhaps not, but it is the title to the preface of this tongue-in-cheek and unexpectedly revealing exploration of human behavior by the webmaster behind the popular Learn More
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  20. Prodigal Genius

    Prodigal Genius: The Life Of Nikola Tesla


    This highly detailed work captures Tesla as a scientist and as a public figure. Learn More
  21. Psychic Blues

    Psychic Blues: Confessions of a Conflicted Medium


    Mark Edward confesses that for years he exploited believers who wished to connect with supernatural ideas and sad family members who missed dead loved ones. Learn More
  22. Quiet (paperback)

    Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking


    At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams. Although they are often labeled "quiet," it is to introverts that we owe many of the great contributions to society--from van Gogh’s sunflowers to the invention of the personal computer. Learn More
  23. Quirk

    Quirk: Brain Science Makes Sense of Your Peculiar Personality


    Who are you? It’s the most fundamental of human questions. Are you the type of person who tilts at windmills, or the one who prefers to view them from the comfort of an air-conditioned motorcoach? Learn More
  24. Re/Search Volume 16: Guide To Bodily Fluids

    Re/Search Volume 16: Guide To Bodily Fluids


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    Bringing the bodily fluids out of the (water) closet and into polite conversation. This guide sparks a radical rethinking of our relationship with our bodies and Nature, humorously (and seriously) spanning the gamut of everything you ever wanted to know about bodily functions and excreta. Learn More
  25. Real Monsters, Gruesome Critters, and Beasts from the Darkside

    Real Monsters, Gruesome Critters, and Beasts from the Darkside


    Spotlighting news articles, historical accounts, and first-person interviews, this chronicle of human interactions with monsters will convince even the most hardened skeptic of the existence of the bogeyman, bigfoot, werewolves, and swamp creatures. Learn More

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