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In concept, The Physics of Everyday Things sounds wonderful: an accomplished scientist and author of The Physics of Superheroes explains the science behind the technologies people use every day, from toasters to credit cards. This compact volume contains enormous amounts of information about a gamut of devices: household appliances, navigation systems, transportation, medical imaging, and many more. Indeed, much of the text reads as if it could have come from a technical manual. Here, a typical example, is the beginning of the section on the physics behind digital photography:. In fairness, the next paragraphs cover some of these terms — photodiodes and pixels, for example — in more detail. But the prose becomes no more lucid.