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Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe

Daniel Whiteson, Jorge Cham

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Physics

An eminent physicist at CERN and the cartoonist behind the hugely successful PhD Comics answer the most important, most outrageous and funniest questions about everything. If the universe had an FAQ, this would be it.

You've got questions: about space, time, gravity, and the odds of meeting your older self inside a wormhole. All the answers you need are right here.

As a species, we may not agree on much, but one thing brings us all together: a need to know. We all wonder, and deep down we all have the same big questions. Why can't I travel back in time? Where did the universe come from? What's inside a black hole? Can I rearrange the particles in my cat and turn it into a dog?

Physics professor Daniel Whiteson and researcher-turned-cartoonist Jorge Cham are experts at explaining science in ways we can all understand, in their books and on their popular podcast, Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe. With their signature blend of humour and oh-now-I-get-it clarity, Jorge and Daniel offer short, accessible, and lighthearted answers to some of the most common, most outrageous, and most profound questions about the universe they've been asked.

This witty, entertaining, and fully illustrated book is an essential troubleshooting guide for the perplexing aspects of reality, big and small, from the invisible particles that make up your body to the identical version of you currently reading this exact sentence in the corner of some other galaxy. If the universe came with an FAQ, this would be it.

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Praise for Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe

  • Praise for We Have No Idea - -

  • This witty book reveals the humbling vastness of our ignorance about the universe, along with charming insights into what we actually do understand - Carlo Rovelli, author of Seven Brief Lessons on Physics and Reality Is Not What It Seems

  • Impressive - NASA

  • Explains with vim, vigour, and entertaining illustrations... will get you well prepared for tomorrow's news - The Atlantic

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