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Reflections on a Surprising Universe: Extraordinary Discoveries Through Ordinary Eyes - Richard Conrad Dieter
Reflections on a Surprising Universe: Extraordinary Discoveries Through Ordinary Eyes
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"Reflections on a Surprising Universe" takes the reader beyond the headlines of the latest scientific breakthroughs, translating complicated topics into an understandable narrative. It covers a wide array of scientific developments in clear and concise language sharing a sense of wonder felt by... show more
"Reflections on a Surprising Universe" takes the reader beyond the headlines of the latest scientific breakthroughs, translating complicated topics into an understandable narrative. It covers a wide array of scientific developments in clear and concise language sharing a sense of wonder felt by the author about the universe we find ourselves in. The book covers such developments as the size and expansion of the universe, black holes, gravitational waves, the relativity of spacetime, the multiverse, exoplanets and the possibility of extraterrestrial life, DNA, fundamental particles, quantum mechanics and quantum computers, all in an accessible narrative. Do you feel a sense of excitement and awe in learning about both the vastness and intricacies of the world around you? Then let Richard Dieter guide you through the unique synthesis of recent scientific discoveries and what they reveal about us.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B07ZQS5WW9
Publisher: Iff Books
Pages no: 177
Edition language: English
Category:
Non Fiction, Science
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3.5 Reflections on a Surprising Universe
[I received a copy through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]A good, “popular science” introduction to quite a few concepts, including quantum physics, DNA, string theory and black holes. I’m not rating it higher because, for me, it was definitely just skimming a surface under which I’ve ...
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