Book Review: The Physics of Everyday Things by James Kakalios

Have you every wondered what made your toast spring out of your toaster at the right time? What about the timer on your coffee pot, or the clock inside of your smartphone? Maybe you think about it often, maybe not much at all. For the curious mind and casual reader alike, The Physics of Everyday Things is an examination of physics, but for those of us who are less-than-physics savvy. Highly recommended for those who want to know how the world works, but don’t know quite where to start.

 

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