224 pages, 20 illus
Martin Rees, Royal Society Research Professor at Cambridge University and Astronomer Royal of Great Britain, takes us on a guided tour of the universe in space and time, exploring the notion that our universe is just a part of a vast "multiverse", or ensemble of universes, in which most of the other universes are lifeless.
`Probably the clearest and most easily understandable account of our Universe available.' New Scientist
Martin appeared in the Sunday Times 16th February as author of the A Little Night Reading column his paperback writers column for The Guardian Saturday Review, was published on March 29th. An article by Martin was article of the week on www.firstscience.com. The book is mentioned as further reading in a number of articles/reviews of his new book published with Heinemann. Martin appeared on the Fi Glover Program, BBC Radio 5 on Thursday 27th February and a special National Science Week program for BBC Radio Cambridge on March 19th hewas interviewed in more depth by BBC Radio Cambridge on Sunday 6th April. Review have appeared in The Sunday Times and Focus with a notice in Nature re the publication of the paperback. He provides an excellent introduction to thesubject, moving deftly from the extremely large to the very small...SUNDAY TI
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