Nothing

di Nigel Henbest (Autore), Ian Stewart (Autore), David Harris (Autore), Michael de Podesta (Autore), Valerie Jamieson (Autore), David Fisher (Autore), Rick A. Lovett (Autore), Andy Coghlan (Autore), Stephen Battersby (Autore), NewScientist (Autore), Marcus Chown (Autore), Douglas Fox (Autore), Jo Marchant (Autore), Paul Davies (Autore), Michael Brooks (Autore), Laura Spinney (Autore), Linda Geddes (Autore), Per Eklund (Autore), Jonathan Knight (Autore), Jeremy Webb (Editore)
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The writers behind New Scientist explore the baffling concept of nothingness from the fringes of the universe to our minds’ inner workings.

It turns out that nothing is as curious or as enlightening as nothingness itself. What is nothing? Where can it be found? The writers of the world’s top-selling science magazine investigate—from the big bang, dark energy, and the void, to superconductors, vestigial organs, hypnosis, and the placebo effect. And they discover that understanding nothing may be the key to understanding everything:
  • What came before the big bang—and will our universe end?
  • How might cooling matter down almost to absolute zero help solve our energy crisis?
  • How can someone suffer from a false diagnosis as though it were true?
  • Does nothingness even exist if squeezing a perfect vacuum somehow creates light?
  • Why is it unfair to accuse sloths—animals who do nothing—of being lazy?
  • And more!

Contributors Paul Davies, Jo Marchant, and Ian Stewart, along with two former editors of Nature and sixteen other leading writers and scientists, marshal up-to-the-minute research to make one of the most perplexing realms in science dazzlingly clear. Prepare to be amazed at how much more there is to nothing than you ever realized.

Data di pubblicazione
30 aprile 2021
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Numero di pagine
273
ISBN
9781615192069
ISBN cartaceo
9781615192052
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1 MB