The Infinite Monkey Cage - How to Build a Universe by Brian Cox
Infinite Monkey Cage, the legendary BBC Radio 4 program, brings you this non-exclusive celebration of scientific wonders. Join us in a frenzied leap through the great and strange ideas evoked…
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InfiniteMonkey Cage, the legendary BBC Radio 4 program, brings you this non-exclusive celebration of scientific wonders. Join us in a frenzied leap through the great and strange ideas evoked by the human imagination, from the dark matter to the consciousness through the neutrino and earthly.
Professor Brian Cox and Robin Innes inherit in multi-faceted subjects involved in the construction of the universe, with the pearl of wisdom among the leading scientists and comedians scattered throughout. Covers billions of concepts and puzzles, and handles everything from the Big Bang to the parallel universes, the ferocious creatures to extraterrestrial life, and brain science to artificial intelligence.
How to build the universe is a lighted and glamorous celebration of science - sometimes silly, sometimes astounding, and sometimes full of vitality. Author or co-author of more than 950 scientific publications Professor Brian Cox is the renowned scientific programmer for television and radio including the wonders of the solar system, the wonders of the universe and the wonders of life along with accompanying publications.
Among his best-selling scientific books, why is E = mc2 ?, The Quantum Universe and Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos with fellow physics Jeff Forshaw. A comedian, actor and writer, Robin Incy is also the author of books including the bad book club Robin Ennis and contributing editor at Dead Funny and Dead Funny Encore..
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