Our list of some of the best Science Fact books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- The Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It Works (2011)
- Inconvenient Facts: The science that Al Gore doesn’t want you to know (2017)
- The Little Book of Maths, Theorems, Theories & Things (2008)
- Earth Science (14th Edition) (2014)
- Faith Versus Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible (2016)
- Science Is…: A source book of fascinating facts, projects and activities (2000)
- Mind = Blown: Amazing Facts About This Weird, Hilarious, Insane World (2016)
- Climate Change: The Facts (2015)
- Werewolves (Fact or Fiction?) (2004)
- Strange Science (Strange Series) (2017)
- History: Fiction or Science?, Vol.2 (Chronology) (2005)
The Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It Works encapsulates centuries of scientific thought in one volume. Natural phenomena, revolutionary inventions, scientific facts, and the most up-to-date questions are all explained in detailed text that is complemented by visually arresting graphics.
You have been inundated with reports from media, governments, think tanks and ”experts” saying that our climate is changing for the worse and it is our fault. Increases in droughts, heat waves, tornadoes and poison ivy – to name a few – are all blamed on our ”sins of emissions” from burning fossil fuels and increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Yet, you don’t quite buy into this human-caused climate apocalypse.
The Little Book of Maths, Theorems, Theories & Things (2008)
A unique collection of over 100 mathematicalideas, theories, theorems, conjectures,rules, facts, equations, formulas, paradoxes,fallacies, and puzzles with short, simpleand witty explanations that require no backgroundin mathematics.Easy to understand, you’ll have the world ofmath’s at your fingertips.A dip in and Dip out book to read at random.
Earth Science (14th Edition) (2014)
Ideal for undergraduates with little or no science background, provides a student-friendly overview of our physical environment that offers balanced, up-to-date coverage of geology, oceanography, astronomy, and meteorology. The authors’ texts have always been recognized for their readability, currency, dynamic art program, delivery of basic principles and instructor flexibility.
In this provocative book, evolutionary biologist Jerry A. Coyne lays out in clear, dispassionate detail why the toolkit of science, based on reason and empirical study, is reliable, while that of religion—including faith, dogma, and revelation—leads to incorrect, untestable, or conflicting conclusions.
This guide for teachers is the answer to all questions children ask and all the wonders they want to investigate — from the marvel of a raindrop on a leaf, to the power of a volcano, to the mysteries of the universe. This award-winning bestseller is the biggest and best collection of science activities for children 6 to 14 years old. There are projects, experiments, games, puzzles, and stories.
Matthew Santoro’s originality and humor has attracted millions of fans, making him a beloved YouTube star. His weekly videos on amazing and little-known facts are eagerly anticipated by his many subscribers and followers around the world. In his first-ever book, Matthew’s love of weird and wacky knowledge explodes with new facts and stories from around the planet, and beyond.
Climate Change: The Facts (2015)
Tirelessly promoted by princes, presidents, actors and activists, "climate change" has become a dominant theme of global politics. But what’s really going on as the "pause" in global warming prepares to enter its third decade?
Do witches have the power to influence events? Can psychic mediums communicate with the dead? Are UFOs from other planets? These and other questions come under scrutiny in the Fact or Fiction? series. These anthologies expose the occult, the paranormal, and the mysterious to the light of critical thinking. In each volume, experts, scholars, and enthusiasts present arguments for and against the existence of a mysterious phenomenon, event, or legend.
It’s scientifically proven: this book is full of seriously strange stuff!This amazing volume from the Bathroom Readers’ Institute contains the strangest short science articles from dozens of Bathroom Readers—along with 50 all-new pages.
According to author Anatoly T. Fomenko, so-called consensual history is a finly woven magic fabric of intricate lies about events preceding the sixteenth century. There is not a single piece of firm written evidence or artifact that can be reliably and independently traced back earlier than the sixteenth century.
Best Science Fact Books: The Ultimate Collection
We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some science fact books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.
Love Factually: The Science of Who, How and Why We Love
Author(s): Laura Mucha
ID: 2322480, Publisher: Bloomsbury Sigma, Year: 24 Jan 2019, Size: 742 Kb, Format: epub
Snow Avalanches: Beliefs, Facts, and Science
Author(s): Francois Louchet
ID: 2861667, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Year: 2021, Size: 6 Mb, Format: pdf
Desire in the Age of Robots and AI: An Investigation in Science Fiction and Fact
Author(s): Rebecca Gibson
ID: 2400760, Publisher: Palgrave Pivot, Year: 2020, Size: 2 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely hot items according to USA Today, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.