The Bluffer's Guide to Rocket Science

The Bluffer s Guide to Rocket Science IntroductionPopular comment has it that it doesn t take a rocket scientist to as in it doesn t take a rocket scientist to program a mobile phone This is true it takes a teenager A rocket scientist w

  • Title: The Bluffer's Guide to Rocket Science
  • Author: Peter Berlin
  • ISBN: 9781906042110
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • IntroductionPopular comment has it that it doesn t take a rocket scientist to , as in it doesn t take a rocket scientist to program a mobile phone This is true it takes a teenager A rocket scientist would intellectualize the whole process, press two buttons at once, and crash the software The last person you would want to ask is a rocket scientist Blown opportunIntroductionPopular comment has it that it doesn t take a rocket scientist to , as in it doesn t take a rocket scientist to program a mobile phone This is true it takes a teenager A rocket scientist would intellectualize the whole process, press two buttons at once, and crash the software The last person you would want to ask is a rocket scientist Blown opportunitiesMany millionaires have gone bankrupt trying to develop rockets than satellites They have overlooked the fact that the operative word in controlled explosion is controlled Gravity depravityNobody knows what gravity really is, so don t blow your bluffing cover by trying to explain it The only thing known for certain is that any two physical bodies will attract each other in proportion to their sizes which fact is best not taken literally by oddly sorted couples LunartrickOne Sunday afternoon, the 12 year old von Braun strapped rockets to a cart, lit the fuse, and sent the fire spitting vehicle careening down a street His life long aim was to send a rocket to the moon It doesn t take a rocket scientist to figure out that flying a lunar mission is tricky.

    One thought on “The Bluffer's Guide to Rocket Science”

    1. Not quite up to the standard of the Bluffer's Guides. A host of interesting pointers and information is marred by avoidable errors Berlin manages to get the principles of inertia and gravitation wrong in the first few pages, and repeats the garbled popular version of Neil Armstrong's broadcast.

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