The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists
"Fans of the New York Times bestselling Geek Dad and The Geek Dad's Guide to Weekend Fun will flock to the 3.0 version, The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists. As Ken Denmead explains, most kids lack an understanding of science and an awareness of how it influences our everyday lives. What… More »
"Fans of the New York Times bestselling Geek Dad and The Geek Dad's Guide to Weekend Fun will flock to the 3.0 version, The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists. As Ken Denmead explains, most kids lack an understanding of science and an awareness of how it influences our everyday lives. What kids today need is a fun way to learn scientific concepts. This book will help scientists-in-the- making discover how our world works with creative project ideas, including how to: Grow crystals to power your Stargate and set your room aglow; Extract your own DNA and decode your genes; Build a MacGyver radio from nothing but cast-off electrical and office supplies; Chock-full of instructional illustrations throughout. The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists puts the fun back in science."--« Less
the coolest experiments and projects for science fairs and family fun
Experiments for Moonbase Alpha : Extracting your own DNA ; Space agriculture ; DIY mind control ; Growing crystals for power ; Biosphere breakdown ; Can you dodge a laser? ; Spaceship design: building your own wind tunnel -- Inside the mad scientist's kitchen : Making your own topsoil ; Growing tasty sea monsters ; Exploring fluid dynamics: the magic of Mentos and soda ; Understanding calories: junk food in flames ; Thermodynamics: keeping it cool without electricity -- Apocalypse survival science : Building a MacGyver radio ; Making top secret invisible ink ; Steam power, steampunk style ; Mastering alchemy ; The science of siege warfare ; Post-apocalypse particle detector ; Mapping your ecosphere -- Fun with fire and electricity : The music of fire: building a Rubens' tube ; Playing with plasma ; Electrolysis: splitting molecules for power ; What's the best ammunition for your potato gun? ; Deadly dust: a ticking bomb? ; Emission spectroscopy: identification with flames -- Appendix A: Experiment index -- Appendix B: Arduino code for "Can you dodge a laser?"
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