It’s time to suspend your disbelief and let science explain Santa to the non-believers. Gregory Mone writer extraordinaire sheds light into the mysteries of the Santa myth and gives you rational explanations to the impossibility of Santa Clause. From international bugging devices that evaluate the naughtiness of kids and adults to wormholes, anything is possible in the world of Santa Clause. The veil is draped open for all to see the workings of the man in red. This is one book you want to get for bedtime reading for kids on the cusp on scrapping the old guy as being a figment of consumerism Christmas and bring back a little magic into the wonderment of youth. The Truth About Santa: Wormholes, Robots, and What Really Happens on Christmas Eve is this year’s best Christmas related book by far.
In this fantastically illustrated, affectionate, and hilarious book, Gregory Mone uses science and technology to overturn the assumption that Santa can’t be real. Drawing on the work of accomplished scientists and researchers, Mone gives us a whole new portrait of this remarkable man and the miracles he makes happen every year. With imaginative artwork and an eye-catching package, this book makes an outstanding Christmas gift for just about anyone.
Gregory Mone is a contributing editor at Popular Science magazine. His feature articles have appeared in Wired, Discover, Women’s Health, National Geographic Adventure, and The Best American Science Writing 2007. He is also the author of the novel The Wages of Genius. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two children.