Books for Dudes – Become an Evil Genius

In order to become an evil genius, you will need several things.  First, and foremost, is the desire to be evil.  Of course this is also entirely optional.  You could just become a regular genius.  I would recommend this as it will probably turn out better for you in the long run.  Second, is a vast knowledge of science.  You might be able to come up with a magnificent plan for a doomsday machine, but you won’t be able to build it unless you know the science to make it work.  Third, and least important, is a secret lair.  For now your bedroom or tree house will do, but in the future you should look into something like a dormant volcano.  I’ve heard these work well.  Now that you know what is required, here are a few books to get you started.

46 Science Fair Projects for the Evil Genius by Robert L. Bonnet and Dan Keen
Could there be a better book for an aspiring evil genius.  Possibly, as there are a whole series of similar titles.  Amaze your friends and teachers with a variety of cool experiments.  They will never suspect your future plans.

The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists by Ken Denmead
Don’t let the title fool you, mad scientist is basically a synonym for evil genius.  This book provides even more cool experiments you can do at home in order to broaden your scientific know-how.  Give it to your dad for Father’s Day and make him take part in evil genius training.

Making Things Move by Dustyn Roberts
Reading this title will give you an in-depth understanding of mechanical movement.  This may not seem very exciting, but this is of the utmost importance if you ever want to get that giant robot working.

The Book of Potentially Catastrophic Science by Sean Connelly
This book presents an explanation of some of the most dangerous scientific breakthroughs of all time and provides directions for conducting experiments which demonstrate their principles.

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