The Unknown Universe: A New Exploration of Time, Space, and Modern Cosmology
Although not so new, The Unknown Universe strikes a new chord in American cosmological thinking. The work, by Stuart Clark, represents an effort to incorporate a fresh view of cosmology from a new face. Clark is an emerging voice in the new chorus of cosmological thinkers. His involvement with the Royal Astronomical Society bolsters his authenticity as a genuine cosmological thinker. He’s also established himself as an acclaimed science writer, having published in several forms. Indeed, that is clearly evident in the smooth and rich style he exhibits in his prose.
He has taken a comprehensive perspective to discover nuances in the meaning of well-known theories from the most celebrated theorists. In particular, he addresses many of the issues that arose from Newton, Einstein, and plagued many others involved with dispelling the myths that preceded gravity and relativity theory.
Among other topics, Clark clarifies the theoretical position of many thinkers in various areas related to the characteristics within their chapters. This enriches arguments in the theoretical arena, deepening the passion that the reader will experience during his read.
|Page Count||288 pages|
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