About the Author

Michael Doig is a science teacher, web developer, and avid traveler who lives in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from the University of Hawaii with a degree in Zoology and from Pace University with a Masters of Science in Teaching. He currently teaches Earth Science in a New York public high school.

Free eBook 101 Science Misconceptions

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I want to tell you about a free eBook I’m giving away to my RSS subscribers as part of a site re-launch. I’ve been working hard over the past few months on this book and creating several new ScienceBoom episodes. The book contains 101 science misconceptions along with some great illustrations done by Ramsey Ess.

The illustrations will be available on T-shirts in a few weeks.

The Book

When I first began teaching, I was surprised by the things my high school seniors believed. Such as the Sun traveling around the Earth, dinosaur bones buried by the Devil, and the Moon being larger than Earth. As I was discussing this with my friend John Herrera, the idea for 101 Science Misconceptions was born and now I want to pass it along to you for being a subscriber to ScienceBoom.

How To Download the eBook

101 Science Misconceptions is free to everyone who subscribes to this site via the RSS feed. All you have to do is click the RSS link at the top of this page, in the address bar, or use this link to subscribe –

http://feeds.feedburner.com/scienceboom/sgKG

If you are new to RSS, please watch the following video:

If you prefer you can subscribe by email:

Once you have subscribed, when you read this blog via RSS you will see something like this at the end of every post –

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Click the download link or the cover image in your RSS feed and you will be taken to the page where you can download a copy of the book.

If you have any feedback after reading the book, please feel free to leave comments here or in the ScienceBoom forum. Enjoy!

Michael Doig
Author

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  1. gravatarRamsey Ess | Jul 28, 2008 | Reply

    Hooray!

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