What's Science Ever Done for Us?: What the Simpsons Can Teach Us About Physics, Robots, Life, and the Universe

Halpern, Paul

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Éditeur
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Pages
272
Parution
août 2007
Format
Livre broché
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
235 × 157 × 19 cm
EAN
9780470114605
  • Résumé

A playful and entertaining look at science on The Simpsons This amusing book explores science as presented on the longest-running and most popular animated TV series ever made: The Simpsons. Over the years, the show has examined such issues as genetic mutation, time travel, artificial intelligence, and even aliens.
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