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Panati breaks out and give lie to the notion that all collections of "fun facts" and "trivia" are at the same level.
Panati breaks out and give lie to the notion that all collections of "fun facts" and "trivia" are at the same level. The author gave enough information on each subject to satisfy one's curiosity about a subject but not to the point of distraction, just enough to give the reader clarity on the subject matter. I'm not a youngster anymore and I knew some of the answers to the origins of everyday things but there was more in this book that I've never heard before.
Panati's Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things. I skipped a majority of things, but read a lot as well. I recommend this book to any who are curious on how things were discovered, and why they are around. 0060964197 (ISBN13: 9780060964191). Nov 20, 2011 Rachel rated it really liked it. My boy toy loves these nerdy type books, so we've read a lot of the entries out loud to each other. It's pretty interesting, but sometimes more in detail than I care to read.
His book Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things has been described as a "handy reference".
For lovers of facts, students of popular culture, history buffs, and science enthusiasts, the fascinating stories behind 500 everyday items, expressions, and customs-from Kleenex to steak sauce, Barbie Dolls to honeymoons. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Superstitious beliefs, given their irrational nature, should have receded with the arrival of education and the advent of science. Yet even today, when objective evidence is valued highly, few people, if pressed, would not admit to secretly cherishing one, or two, or many superstitions.
Panati’s Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things (1987).
He has an obsession with getting to the root of things-and has made a career out of it. Also by charles panati. Supersenses: Our Potential for Parasensory Experience (1974). Panati’s Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things (1987). Panati’s Extraordinary Endings of Practically Everything and Everybody (1989). Panati’s Fads, Follies and Manias (1991).
It’s as if between saying good night and sitting down for breakfast, humankind ceased to exist d died
It’s as if between saying good night and sitting down for breakfast, humankind ceased to exist d died. A special room in a house set aside for a bed first appeared in the royal palaces at Sumer about 3500 . One significant fact about ancient Sumerian bedrooms is that there was usually only one to a home, regardless of the immensity
He's published 13 non-fiction books exploring the 'origins' of things, and two novels
He's published 13 non-fiction books exploring the 'origins' of things, and two novels. His Browser's Book of Beginnings was the basis for the TV show The Start of Something Big, hosted by comedian Steve Allen, and written by Panati. Библиографические данные. Panati's Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things. Издание: перепечатанное. 0785834370, 9780785834373.
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Just For Today get free read 30 days !!! For lovers of facts, students of popular culture, history buffs, and science enthusiasts, the foremost specialist on everything tells how and why hundreds of the everyday items, expressions, and customs we take for granted came into existence. Learn the fascinating discovery stories behind over 500 phenomena, including:How chewing gum and Silly Putty began as substitutes for rubber. How the potato chip emerged from an act of pique on the part of an Indian named Crum.
Panati, Charles, 1943-. The origins of words and phrases, superstitions, manners and customs, holidays, kitchen utencils, household appliances, household supplies, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, cosmetics, medicines, clothing, national emblems, patriotic societies, periodicals, toys, games, and foods. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.