The Theory of Everything

This book is great for the layman, students, scientists and the curious. Don Lincoln covers everything from the flavor of neutrinos, the colour of quarks to the flatness and inflation of the universe. The material is both complex and simple; mathematical equations to analogies that clarify his explanations. Just listening to it is enough to get an understanding of the who, where and outcomes of theories from Einstein to Gell-Mann and Zweig plus numerous men and women and their discoveries in physics. The advantage of the Audible version is hearing it from Don Lincoln; an exceptional and knowledgeable man with the gift of presentation thus making The Theory of Everything enjoyable and enli

A Grown-Up Guide to Dinosaurs

I enjoyed Ben Garrod’s, A Grown-Up Guide to Dinosaurs – Who Needs Bones? for its informative nature about dinosaurs and learned things that I didn't know such as the dinosaurs in the kitchen chasing the kids in Jurassic Park were Deinonychus dinosaurs and that Velociraptors are actually the size of a miniature poodles and that the Spinosaurus was the biggest of all the carnivorous dinosaurs not the T-Rex . Learning about the six mass extinctions was highly informative and that we are in the Holocene extinction, otherwise referred to as the sixth mass extinction. Those were only a few samples of the information in this book. The Holocene extinction made me think that I could use this in

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