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There are plenty of books that profess to tell you the meaning of life. But where can you go to find answers to the little mysteries of life that drive you nuts until you find their solution? Imponderables are questions that cannot be answered by numbers or measurements or standard reference books, and Feldman has devoted his life to the eradication of all imponderables.

Almost all of the questions in the book were submitted by David Feldman’s faithful admirers, and the author found experts in everything from fly swatters to mascara to provide the solutions. If wondering about when fish sleep or why clocks run clockwise or why you look up when thinking keep you up late at night, you’ve come to the right place. 

©2006 David Feldman (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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  • Philippe Laspeyres
  • 10-04-21

Shocking use of language

This is a book supposed to be focusing on providing scientific and well researched answers to some obscure questions posed by the public. Yet, the authors still use terms such as sissy and poofy. How insensitive, discriminatory and insulting to some of the listeners. Based on this kind of language I am giving this audiobook a single star (I would give zero if I could) and it will go in the trash can before finishing it.
I won’t mention the awful narration and the not so funny dad jokes.
A waste of money.