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As expected from New Scientist, it is intriguing, thought provoking and yet remains an interesting read for anyone interested in the off beat or quirky side of sciencePublished 11 days ago by D. B. Horsfall
A very good ebook covering a range of topics that are not usually covered. Found the topics to be thought provoking and interesting.Published 1 month ago by murph011
It is a good book, with articles on diverse subjects all related to nothing.
It certainly did deepen my insights about the big bang theory. Read more
Its a book that you read a bit then think a lot. Things that you have taken for granted deserve more thought .Other than that nothing more to say JohnPublished 1 month ago by John Morgan
It's a kind of readers digest dumbed down entry level and best avoided. I think it has been written for the North American market as the examples given are like, "imagine you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blyth
Fairly interesting. As a layperson I found it a useful guide to aspects of popular astrophysics - I hope this is enough.Published 3 months ago by Brian G
What an idea! Giving my father Nothing for Christmas. It started out as a bit of a joke, but I've rarely seen him so enthused over a book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ali Jarman
The book epitomises the dangers of browsing, you start reading something and can't stop! You fall headlong down the rabbit hole and pop out in a place that both intrigues and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Prospero