sonic wind zone, but the winds there would still be twice as strong as those in the most powerful tornadoes. Buildings, from sheds to skyscrapers, would be. What if?: serious scientific answers to absurd hypothetical questions If you breathed even a trace amount, it would seriously damage or destroy your nose. Fans of xkcd ask Munroe a lot of strange questions. What if you tried to hit a baseball pitched at 90 percent the speed of light? How fast can you hit a speed.
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It was precious to me.
Then life got in the way. Promotion for my own book launch. I've been a reader of XKCD for ages.
I had dad stuff to do. I had prep work for the yearly Worldbuilders fundraiser. Then I had my book tour Through all of this, I carried my precious ARC around, waiting for the time when I'd be able to spare the brainpower to read it. I even took it on tour with me.
Honestly, this book has more frequent flier miles than any three of you put together. It wasn't until I got back home that I started it. I wanted something to read before I went to bed, and I picked What If because I was worried if I picked up another book I'd be reading half the night and it would screw up my already dysfunctional sleep schedule. Despite my best intentions, I read half the book that night.
Munroe has said that the volume of questions has been high enough that it is impossible to read all of them. Answering a question and writing a post takes him about a day of solid work. What If?
Furthermore, Munroe selected a few unanswered questions from his inbox and collected those in separate sections in the book. Alt text , which was commonly used for illustrations on the original blog, was omitted from the book in many cases, though is sometimes included as small captions underneath the images.
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