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Great little reader compiled from the New Scientist last word column, all generated by the users - answers to those questions that bug you, like, (opens book at random) :

"What goes in...Is there a formula for working out how much excrement is produced from a certain amount of food? For example, if you are 1 kilogram of food, how much excrement would it produce? And how much faeces will the average adult human produce each day and what is its composition?

"hee :D

posted by alfie

Posted by Alfie

15th Dec 2005, 14:32   | tags:,,


kostika says:

I love New Scientist.

15th Dec 2005, 14:38

mat says:

Me too, and today is New New Scientist day. Yay!

I've been reading it regularly for almost as long as I can remember. There's certainly a good 15 years of NS under my belt.

15th Dec 2005, 14:41

kostika says:

New New Scientist day?? Did I miss something?

I don't read it regularly, but I try to pick it up when I see it and have the time to stop and buy it. I always learn something new from New Scientist.

15th Dec 2005, 15:09

alfie says:

My mum subscribes. I steal subscription :)

Plus I normally get dinner to boot.

15th Dec 2005, 15:17

mat says:

Kos - New Scientist is published (and delivered to mine door) on thursdays.

15th Dec 2005, 15:34

Geodyne says:

Oh my, this is so cool. I want.

I've also been reading New Scientist for 12-15 years.

15th Dec 2005, 15:38

That book is sooooo cool...

15th Dec 2005, 16:52

teflon says:

* adds to wish list :)

15th Dec 2005, 16:53

kostika says:

Awww..I understand now Mat.

15th Dec 2005, 16:54

FilbertFox says:

i love new scientist - i have read it for so many news it was just called Scientist when i first got it!

And that book is great, it is currently amusing Mr FilbertFox

17th Feb 2006, 09:38

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