An Introduction to Academic Driving by Ost Neer

  • Series: Academic Driving (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 290 pages
  • Publisher: Independently published (May 6, 2019)
  • Language: English

Description

What to do if your autonomous car wants to kill you? How do you go faster than the speed of light? What does it feel like to drive a nuclear-powered car? Why do exhaust pipes sound like planet Jupiter? How can you conquer the world in a Citroën? Who were the biggest nerds in the history of humankind?

An Introduction to Academic Driving answers these and other questions. It is a popular science book about discoveries, societies, and technologies. Three hundred pages, dozens of illustrations, thirty car-and-science stories, hundreds of jokes, and infinite respect to the reader.

The book is an insightful and entertaining time-killer. Best choice for long journeys, daily commute, and cosy evenings. Strongly recommended for curious minds regardless of age.

Science matters, mates. Science magic. And the diversity of the world around you!

Ost Neer is a moderate petrolhead and young PhD. For a living, he does some researches. For pleasure, he writes fun-and-nerdy stuff.

Grab the book and drive on a smart side of the road! Now!

The book opens the Academic Driving series.