From Bang to Bang: A Normal Guy Explains the Universe

From Bang to Bang: A Normal Guy Explains the Universe

English | 23 Apr. 2017 | ASIN: B0718VNJPS | 230 Pages | PDF | 368.42 MB

The current explanations of the universe are incredibly difficult to believe. Cosmologists theorize that if you were out in space and able to look through a powerful enough telescope, you could peer off into the distance and see the back of your own head - or even better, if you were to jump in a spacecraft and zoom away at super-high speed, you'd eventually return to your starting position. These theories of the universe are simply too fantastic to be true. Proposing an alternative explanation on the lifecycle of the universe and answering many unsolved questions in physics, From Bang to Bang describes the creation of universes and their content; including galaxies, stars, planets and life. It investigates what scientists have already observed out in the cosmos as well as inside the smallest subatomic particle to tell an easily understood visual story starting with the Big Bang and leading through to the next generation of universes. Additionally, this book will provide a definitive shape to the universe - something that no other theory in history has been able to do. Including many stunning super-high resolution images from NASA and the European Space Agency, this large format 238-page book is truly one-of-a-kind and a great addition to the library of anyone interested in the science of the universe!


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