By Stephen Colbert
The US back: Re-becoming The Greatness We by no means Weren't is a 2012 satirical e-book written through Stephen Colbert and different writers of The Colbert document as a follow-up to 2007's i'm the USA (And So Can You!). it truly is released via Grand vital Publishing. The publication used to be published on October 2, 2012. Its audiobook used to be nominated for, and gained the 2014 Grammy Award for most sensible Spoken note Album, making for Colbert's moment nomination for the award, in addition to his 3rd Grammy nomination total.
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How about grouping our discussions under headings such as space, time, life, humans, the environment, disasters, physics. * Physics is boring. I don't want to talk about a whole bunch of complicated formulas, and ideas that have no relation to everyday life. Trust me, we'll talk about it in a way that even you find interesting. * Are there what ifs we won't be talking about? Yes, lots of categories, like What if pigs could fly? After we've made a comment about the need to watch out for ''presents" dropped by flying pigs, there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of interesting things to say.
Title. E47 1996 500--dc2095-18316 CIP British Cataloging-in-Publication information available Copyright © 1996 by Robert Ehrlich All rights reserved Published by Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey Composition by Windfall Software using ZzTEX Manufactured in the United States of America Contents Acknowledgments ix Chapter 1 - Introduction 1 What if we had a conversation? Chapter 2 - Sex 3 What if there were three sexes? What if species could interbreed? What if men had babies? What if males died right after mating?
What if motion affected clocks in different ways? What if you stepped into the fourth dimension? What if you could travel into the past? What if you went back in time to ancient Greece? What if the universe were made into a TV movie? What if time were to flow backward? What if an object could be in two places at the same time? Chapter 16 - Miscellaneous absurdities 204 What if black were white? What if a picture were worth a thousand words? What if you had a library of all possible books? Chapter 17 - Make up your own what ifs 211 What if .