Simplexity: Why Simple Things Become Complex (and How Complex Things Can Be Made Simple) [Audiobook] by Jeffrey Kluger
English | June 3, 2008 | ASIN: B001AQHZA6, ISBN: 1401390242 | [email protected]
kbps | 8 hrs 41 mins | 471 MBNarrator: Holter Graham | Genre: Nonfiction/Science
Sometimes a complex problem has an easy solution. And sometimes there's more to a simple thing than first appears.
In Simplexity, Time senior writer Jeffrey Kluger shows how a drinking straw can save thousands of lives, how a million cars can be on the streets but just a few hundred of them can lead to gridlock, how investors behave like atoms; how arithmetic governs abstract art and physics drives jazz, and why swatting a TV indeed makes it work better.
Kluger adeptly translates newly evolving science into a delightful theory of everything that will have you rethinking the rules of business, family, art–your world. KlugerSimplexity.part1.rarKlugerSimplexity.part2.rarKlugerSimplexity.part3.rar