Quasicrystals – quasi drivers – quasi everything. The book is in two parts: the first tells about one set of quasi drivers who are nameless; the second describes the chemical force that drives the structure of quasicrystals. Quasicrystals contained, for twenty five years, the most fundamental unsolved structural problem in condensed matter physics. The first problem in quasicrystals is whether the extraordinary data represent conventional Bragg diffraction. They don’t because the order, n, is logarithmic instead of linear. The second problem is structural: it is not necessary to model with more than one unit cell. The patterns can be indexed and simulated using a single structural unit, as is normal in crystallography. The unit is the key driving force that creates logarithmic periodicity. Quasi science? Everything that suffers biased reviewing. Science may be censored in journals, but not on the new age internet. The book recommends more open, more responsible, more reliable and more realistic science, to engage with modern communications.