In this book, the calling card of Fermoeditore, the eminent professor John B. Dancer (alias Giovanni Ballarini) uses examples and formulas to explain how a Great Law dominates the development of the human race: the sum of the kitchen and the bathroom is constant. Numerous transformations of the Great Law allow for an original interpretation of social, economic and biological phenomena, running along the fil rouge of an exasperated, satirical, pseudo-scientific analysis. This playful approach to gastronomy can be likened to a scherzo in the world of music, where the notes are authentic, but all the rest is pure fantasy, fun, and perhaps reality. With the visual – and visionary – comments of Cecilia Mistrali, multi-award-winning illustrator and graphic designer.