Meet a tribe that can’t count, a genie with an unappetising proposal and a mathematician who spent his life trying to prove that one plus one equals two. “How to Boggle Your Mind” is a book for intellectually curious teenagers, and their parents, covering topics in maths and science from outside the school curriculum. Could computers ever be truly intelligent? What language do aliens speak? And, most importantly, how can you know whether anything is actually true?
If The Mighty Boosh wrote a book about maths and science, it would look something like this.
“How to Boggle Your Mind” should be read alongside the companion novel, “Honest?”, by Andrew Murphy.