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[[ Read Pdf ]] á Das Buch der verrückten Experimente ô Popular Books, Das Buch Der Verru Ckten Experimente By Reto U Schneider This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Das Buch Der Verru Ckten Experimente, Essay By Reto U Schneider Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You If like me you are interested in science you will probably already know some of the experiments listed in this book For example those by Pavlov and Skinner, the webs woven by spiders on drugs, the Stanley Milgram obedience experiments and the prison experiment gone wild by Philip Zimbardo However, most of the described experiments, especially the bizarre ones, were new to me, and even for the well known ones the book adds often some interesting new details and extra background information The organization is chronological, which gives not only a nice illustration of the development of scientific thought, but also of the boundaries of experimental ethics Most experiments are described in short sections ranging from one to four pages This makes the book an ideal companion on short trips or for a quick read before going to sleep However, in the latter case you might want to avoid the scarier ones such as the two headed dog that was surgically created by prof Mikhail Razgulov On the other hand that might be exactly that type of thing that would make you pick up the book. This was a fun book to read based on the fact that I love reading about experiments that people do It was interesting to read about all the different things that have been done in the past, especially in the 1800 s I found that it wasn t as exciting , if that s the right word, as it got into the last 50 pages or so because the rules of ethics they started to create due to some of the experiments That sounds horrible, but you have to admit that freaky stuff if pretty interesting I also really liked that it had a website with it so you could watch videos, read some of the info related to the experiment, and sometimes have a hands on demo to understand it better such as the Doppler effect Pretty sweet Ok first off this book is almost impossible to read straight through, it is basically a whole list from ancient times up to 2003 of strange amazing and down right bizarre experiments there are some very famous ones in there or I am just reading totally the wrong sort of books but they are all fascinating although rather heavy on the physiology experiments Its a fascinatig book which i think really should be dipped in to or referred to than read from cover to cover.