Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home, But Probably Shouldn't (Book)


8 Responses to “Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home, But Probably Shouldn't (Book)”

  1. bbonyx says:

    Kelsey Grammer’s Mad Science

  2. Anonymous says:

    this looks cool!

  3. aj says:

    WANT. Ordered!

    I wonder what the Amazon gnomes will think of me now?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I hope the audio version of this book has explosions going off as background noise!

  5. franko says:

    i don’t know anything about theo gray or his book, but i do know that i find his beard quite sexy.

  6. Xeni Jardin says:

    @Franko, he’s pretty great!

  7. airship says:

    Get it before it’s banned!!!

  8. Roy Trumbull says:

    I’m doing the narration of a book about Edison that I’ve posted to the Internet Archive.
    Edison was home schooled and later self educated. No university can claim him.
    His first interest was chemistry. He had two businesses of his own before he was 14. What profits he didn’t give to his mother he spent on chemicals and lab apparatus so he could duplicate experiments he’d read about.

    In the movie with Mickey Rooney as the young Edison he gets cuffed about the ears by a railroad conductor for having made nitroglycerin aboard the train. Not true, That was Hollywood. He did make nitro once later in life. The train incident involved an accidental phosphorous fire.

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