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It's description of modern cosmological knowledge is well written, informative yet comprehensible to the non-scientist reader.
I have not finished reading this book but already find it VERY INTERESTING AND "FOOD FOR THOUGHT" !
This was a great read. The first 80-100 pages are long-winded making it a bit challenge to immerse yourself in the book... but stick with it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Carol Camp
I read the book cover to cover. Highly recommended, esp the 1st half of the book.
The authors cite about seven examples of how in the 21st century a new cosmology is... Read more
This book brings up many interesting points, but is definitely in the realm of theoretical ideas as well as sciences. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alec
I recommend it to everybody because it makes on to be open minded and really explains the universe in such an amazing way.Published 11 months ago by tsedenya
Great scholarship, but written so that ordinary people can grasp the lessons the authors offer - profound realities presented in language for all.Published 13 months ago by James E. Flynn
A great reference for someone interested in but doesn't understand physics. I like to have it on hand to refer back to parts that I want to remember and to re-read to better... Read morePublished 13 months ago by evie esposito
Such a complex things are explained really well. I must say that this book changed how I see the universe around us.Published 14 months ago by Rami Pitkämäki
Good read but not in one sitting. Interesting information on our place in the universe and what is actually visible to us with our current technology and understandingPublished 18 months ago by E. Ciccotelli