PSYSICS130 Cuyamaca Storm in a Teacup The Physics of Everyday Life Report

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Please write a minimum of 1000 word book analysis on the book, "Storm in a Teacup The Physics of Everyday Life," by Helen Czerski. The requirements and what the professor is looking for is attached below.

12-point Times New Roman font

❏ Title page with just the title of your paper in 16-point font bold with your name below in 12-point font italics centered in the middle of your page.

❏ Double-spaced.

❏ Minimum 1,000 words.

❏ Stapled on the top left corner.

Key Elements: All of these elements should be easily found in your analysis.

❏ Who is the author and what is his/her general background? Why might they have written this book?

❏ An explanation of the author’s thesis: What is the focus of this book? What was he trying to say?

❏ What struck you or stood out in this book and why? Be as reflective and thoughtful as you can. This is the soul of the paper.

❏ How does this book change/challenge the way you look at or think about some previously held belief about the world? If it did not change or challenge anything for you, then carefully explain why.

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Book Analysis Guidelines Formatting: ❏ 12-point Times New Roman font ❏ Title page with just the title of your paper in 16-point font bold with your name below in 12-point font italics centered in the middle of your page. ❏ Double-spaced. ❏ Minimum 1,000 words. ❏ Stapled on the top left corner. Key Elements:​ All of these elements should be easily found in your analysis. ❏ Who is the author and what is his/her general background? Why might they have written this book? ❏ An explanation of the author’s thesis: What is the focus of this book? What was he trying to say? ❏ What struck you or stood out in this book and why? Be as reflective and thoughtful as you can. This is the soul of the paper. ❏ How does this book change/challenge the way you look at or think about some previously held belief about the world? If it did not change or challenge anything for you, then carefully explain why. Final note:​ After reading 2,000 book reviews over the years, I have a well-honed B.S. detector. Your grade on this assignment will, more than anything else, be based on the depth with which you read the book and the sincerity with which you reflect upon it. ...
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Outline
Storm in a Teacup: The physics of everyday life
The paper is a book analysis that discusses various elements of the book noted above. The
analysis gives descriptive insights of the author and the book. A reflective analysis of the book’s
influence is also documented. The outline is as follows;
✓ Author’s background
✓ Thesis and focus of the book
✓ Reflection
✓ Challenges to previously held believes


Running Head: STORM IN A TEACUP

“Storm in a Teacup” Book analysis
Student’s Name

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STORM IN A TEACUP

Author’s background
Helen Czerski authored the book, “storm in a teacup: The physics of everyday life.” Helen
is a physicist, oceanographer, and author among other labels. Helen was born and raised in
Manchester during the industrial revolution period. Helen expressed her love for mathematics and
science at a tender age. This explains her love for the natural world that facilitated her exploration
of the physical world. Helen pursued and graduated with a first class honors in natural science
from Churchill College. Her PhD in experimental explosive science facilitated her exploration of
physical world. Her love for natural world further motivated her to study oceanography (Al-Lashi,
Gunn & Czerski, 2016). Her presenting role at BBC gave her a chance to publish documentaries
related to atmospheric and oceanic science.
Helen Czerski’s love for science enabled her career as an author. She published her first
book in 2016. Storm in a teacup by Helen is an interesting book that defines and explains the world
using real world phenomena. The primary goal behind the book was to utilize her enthusiasm and
erudition in explaining natural phenomena through our everyday life. In the book, Helen utilizes
her physicis...

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