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Most adults probably haven’t thought about dinosaurs since they were kids. If the last time you paid any attention to paleontology was the 1980s you’re in for a surprise. Many paradigms have changed and the general picture of what life was like in the Mesozoic has shifted substantially. This list is by no means comprehensive, but if you’re curious about dinosaurs or, if you have children and want to be able to answer their dino-related questions, it’s a fine start.
My Beloved Brontosaurus by Brian Switek
Finally, a follow up to Boddington's first volume. Updated with the tremendous changes and developments in big game rifles, ammo and bullets that have taken place in the 20 or so years since the initial offering. If you're not familiar with Boddington's work, this is the perfect intro to one of the world's foremost rifle authorities. Well written and enjoyable. ~ Reviewed by Nate George
Physics is sometimes summed up as "the study of real things." No artificial categories, no assumptions. Kakalios takes us through what is for many a fairly ordinary day, describing the physics of items we routinely encounter: toasters, smart phones, motion sensors, etc. There's a lot that goes on in these mundane devices. So much so that the mechanics of a routine day are more remarkable than we think. ~ Reviewed by Nate George