WELL-KNOWN scientist Karl Kruszelnicki has penned yet another no-nonsense book on science and its effect on our everyday lives.
In his new book, Game of Knowns, he tells us why psychopaths make good kings, why the left side of your face is the most attractive, how a smartphone dumbs down our conversation, and why we drink beer faster when its served in a curved glass.
He also gives us the low-down on comets and shares why dark matter really matters.
Dr Kruszelnicki said Game of Knowns was researched by reading $10,000 worth of scientific literature.
"I find all this interesting information that I think will attract the public," Dr Kruszelnicki said.
"It's really interesting stuff that is also good to share at the local pub."
Last year, Dr Kruszelnicki released 50 Shades of Grey Matter which plays upon the title of popular book, 50 Shades of Grey.
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