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eBook Science Made Stupid ePub

by Tom Weller

  • ISBN: 0395366461
  • Category: Humor
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Tom Weller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin; First Edition edition (January 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 76
  • ePub book: 1983 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1167 kb
  • Other: azw lrf lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 428

Description

Culture Made Stupid (Cvltvre Made Stvpid). I revisit this book several times a year, and always relish reading it cover to cover. Tom Weller is both the writer and illustrator, and he deconstructs science in hilarious fashion.

Culture Made Stupid (Cvltvre Made Stvpid). Presented in a sort of textbook format, the book explores the Orthodonts and the elusive Puppasaurus, and reveals all kinds of things about the world that you never realized you didn't know. I don't know if it's out of print or not, I think it may be. But find yourself a copy. Trust me, reading "Science Made Stupid" will make you stupidly happy.

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Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us is a 1985 book written and illustrated by Tom Weller. The winner of the 1986 Hugo Award for Best Non-Fiction Book, it is a parody of a junior high or high school-level science textbook.

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Science Made Stupid is a book that teaches one how to discomprehend the world around us! . It is a tragedy that this is out of print. It's one of the funniest books I've ever read.

It is a tragedy that this is out of print. Anyone with any knowledge of science whatsoever finds it hilarious, and I show it to anyone and everyone who I think can appreciate it. No-one's ever been disappointed. Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us. Author.

On the right is my book Science Made Stupid, which is, alas, also out of print after all these years. Check those second-hand bookstores, folks. Oh, and I keep forgetting Cvltvre Made Stvpid, the sleazy ripoff of companion volume to Science. Five Sure-fire Zucchini Recipes!

Takes a humorous look at astronomy, physics, geology, evolution, and biology, and includes parodies of geological charts and the periodic table

Comments

Balhala Balhala
One of my favorite books of all time. I am a scientist by trade, and I have snippets from this book all over my office. Weller has won a lot of fans in my workplace. I recently shared it with my interns (16 and 18 years old) and enjoyed hearing them laugh out loud. I really wish this were still in print, because it would make a great gift.
BeatHoWin BeatHoWin
This is one of the most absurd works ever produced, both in written content and in the illustrations. I revisit this book several times a year, and always relish reading it cover to cover.

Tom Weller is both the writer and illustrator, and he deconstructs science in hilarious fashion. Presented in a sort of textbook format, the book explores the Orthodonts and the elusive Puppasaurus, and reveals all kinds of things about the world that you never realized you didn't know.

I don't know if it's out of print or not, I think it may be. But find yourself a copy. Trust me, reading "Science Made Stupid" will make you stupidly happy.
Jox Jox
Going through many different scientific fields while completely making everything up is a difficult task, but this author does it with such finesse. There are countless quotes from this book that highlight the attitude of any scientist when looking at another scientists field. For example, a small footnote in one of the pages mentions the Plant Kingdom with a picture of "a fern or something". It's definitely worth a read to any person who has finished 8th grade Science. You're guaranteed a laugh or two.
Perius Perius
I saw a reference to this online, and was very curious about somebody in the end credits named Treemonisha Pancake. I took a chance and ordered it and it's the best decision I ever made. Jokes are very subtle and obliquely reference *everything* about history, art and science and culture. The jokes are silly enough for kids but overeducated adults will have a riot and a thoroughly good time reading it too.
Dusar Dusar
The funniest satire of science that I've ever read! A creative classic for those who know a bit about science. Contains brilliant cartoons that I incorporate into college science classes that I teach, such as 4 common models of the universe: heliocentric, geocentric, ethnocentric, and egocentric. Cute periodic table with mock elements like WD-40 and drano; and many more.
blac wolf blac wolf
hilarious book; too bad they are out of print
great ant great ant
I got this when I was in high school about 30 years ago. I must have lent my copy to someone, so I bought a new one. It was funnier 30 years ago and when I was 30 years younger, but it's a classic!

Very funny!

I highly recommend it!
Oh wow....too too funny!