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Time for a trade-in?

Alternative cosmological models if space and time don't exist.
RELATED TOPICS: SPACE AND TIME | TIME
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T he universe has been screwy for a long time. It’s big-time illogical. Everything popped out of nothingness one Saturday morning? Sure, solid evidence points in that direction. But that doesn’t mean we can go, “Oh, yeah, that makes sense!”

Such are the issues under discussion in our new book. Our beloved Astronomy editor, David J. Eicher, was generous enough to review it, and he didn’t conclude that I needed psych meds. (If he’d written that, the publisher wouldn’t have put his words on the back cover.) Instead he said, “This intriguing and provocative book will push you into rethinking your view of science, all the while entertaining you with a fast-paced, exhilarating narrative journey.”

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