EVERYTHING MOVES by Seymour Simon

EVERYTHING MOVES

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Ocean waves, cars, smoke, your blood--all are on the move. As for air, radiators make it get hot and move up, and sound waves are another kind of moving air. Light moves at an astronomical speed, big things like the moon, earth and sun move, and so do the very small molecules that everything is made of Within atoms, electrons move around nuclei, and you can make them move a different way via electricity. Simon himself moves so fast that concepts which elsewhere take up whole books at this level are barely mentioned, but when put together this way they're mind boggling enough to set some heads spinning too.

Pub Date: April 30th, 1976
Publisher: Walker