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Genesis

The Story of How Everything Began

by Guido Tonelli

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Genesis by Guido Tonelli
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    Apr 2021, 240 pages

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Genesis by Guido Tonelli is a meaty meal for readers hungry to know about the Big Bang and what came next.

Popular science books represent an important niche in non-fiction. They build a bridge between academic journals that may only be accessible to readers with a PhD of their own and the layperson who is eager to know more but may not have the necessary background for it. By reading books like Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time and Yuval Noah Harari's Sapiens, we gain access to a world of scientific knowledge, condensed into digestible information for the everyday reader.

Genesis by Guido Tonelli provides its own bridge into the origins of the universe. Occasionally, it proves to be a little too intense for the person of average knowledge, presenting scientific and mathematical theories without a useful metaphor to guide us through the mire. Most of the time, however, Tonelli takes complex theories and observations, and offers them to us in a way that is at once fascinating and ...

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