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By James Trefil

ISBN-10: 048644564X

ISBN-13: 9780486445649

''A outstanding day trip from the seashore to the ends of the sunlight process . . . captivating.''—The manhattan Times
''So effortless to appreciate but so dense with wisdom that you will by no means examine waves on a seashore a similar approach again.''—San Francisco Chronicle
''One of the simplest renowned technology books.''—The Kansas urban Star
''Perfect for the weekend scientist.''—The Richmond News-Leader
A famous physicist and renowned technological know-how author heads for the seashore to respond to universal and unusual questions about the sea. James S. Trefil, writer of Dover courses' The second of production: gigantic Bang Physics from sooner than the 1st Millisecond to the current Universe, explains why the ocean is salty, how bubbles shape at the water's floor, the place waves come from, and different curiosities of the marine global. Dr. Trefil attracts upon his designated reward for clarifying advanced clinical ideas and the theories in the back of them to provide a story that's transparent, available, and completely compelling.

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