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  • "13 Things Made Into Complete Sense!"

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    I highly recommend Michael Brooke's book about the patently absurd within our midst. The things in life that really don't make sense in science yet still elude clear explanation.
    This books strength is making often complex postulation into complete sense to me as a reader. Brooks makes his statements in an entertaining & above all accessible fashion.
    The biggest compliment that I can give is that Brooks writes in a fashion akin to a hero of mine Carl Sagan. Whilst using his own style he challenges the scientific status quo with great aplomb & I dare say with a little glee too! From telling us one moment that the medical industry are pulling the wool over our eyes to telling us that were short changed on human reproduction! As professional & as solid as his claims are you cannot help to read between the lines to see the enthusiasm in his arguments. Which besides being deeply thought provoking is thoroughly entertaining.
    Matt Addis's narration is enjoyable & an appropriate choice for this audiobook. It is a weighty tomb coming in at a running time of over 8hrs but highly recommended & it will forever challenge your concept of the universe.

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    13 Things That Don't Make Sense: The Most Intriguing Scientific Mysteries

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    Science starts to get interesting when things don''t make sense. Even today, there are experimental results that the most brilliant scientists can neither explain nor dismiss. In the past, similar anomalies have revolutionised our world: in the 16th century, a set of celestial irregularities led Copernicus to realise that the Earth goes around the sun and not the reverse. In 13 Things That Don''t Make Sense, Michael Brooks meets thirteen modern-day anomalies that may become tomorrow''s breakthroughs.

    Meddyg Pwy says: "13 Things Made Into Complete Sense!"
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  • In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction

    "Personal, touching, scientific, epic"

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    There is a synergy of perspectives here infused with tremendous compassion.

    I highly commend this book to anyone with an interest in understanding addiction.



    The book moves beyond personal experiences and cases into a thorough analysis of both the drives of addiction and the society which promotes and condemns an addictive nature.



    This was surprisingly beautiful book as well as being very poignant. It opens the heart as well as the mind to some remarkable insights into this issue.



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  • "A Fascinating Journey of Oddities"

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    Michael Brooks has taken 13 widespread areas of science with large pitfalls for the armchair scientist (or interested layperson) and given a fair and honest account of those problems where science doesn't (currently!) quite work. Fascinating subjects such as the origin of death and the beginning of life are covered in both history and science, giving fantastic insight to those looking to expand their base of scientific knowledge. Along the way, Brooks manages to inspire the purest scientific notions into subjects such as Homoeopathy, traditionally almost a 'dirty word' with scientists, reminding us that science explores and understands, and must change if met with reasonable doubt, even if the changes can be unpleasant.

    Overall, a fascinating book with some very interesting and thought provoking moments that may cause you to ask fundamental questions about life, the universe and everything. Expect to take a little time to process the information; this book isn't one to fall asleep to. This audiobook also has a clear narration, and was a pleasure to listen to.

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    Meddyg Pwy says: "13 Things Made Into Complete Sense!"

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    If you are looking to learn more about magnesium and all that it has to offer as a miracle mineral and its healing effects, you will enjoy the audiobook The Healing Effects Of Magnesium. This audiobook goes into detail on what magnesium is and its advantages. Helping with hypertension is only one factor; magnesium also helps the heart. There is a chapter devoted to each of those topics. Are you deficient in magnesium? If so, you will find out what causes this deficiency. Allow this audiobook to help you discover the many ways that magnesium is good for.

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    Within the chapters of this audiobook, I address this emotional symptom of an underactive thyroid gland, including descriptions of how it manifests and how hypothyroid patients can deal with it and have it treated successfully to regain an improved quality of life. I will also include medical research study quotes, found on the U.S. National Insitutes of Health medical research information website (PubMed), which allows reprints for public education purposes.

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    Some people are suffering from hypothyroidism and don't even realize that they have it. All they know is that they feel tired all the time and maybe it's just the way they are. Others might suspect they have it but are not sure. In either case, the book Effective Ways To Control Hypothyroidism: Maintaining Thyroid Health goes into detail on what hypothyroidism is so that you can be aware of its symptoms and how to treat it.