Retired Political Science professor from a community college. Especially like Legal Thrillers.
I have been fascinated with the concepts of "relativity" since first introduced to them in the 1950s. This book and another book, "The universe and Dr. Einstein" helped provide sone insight for the non-scientist. I am planning to read another book by this author.
A good summary of the attempt to reconcile the Quantum and Gravety theories. A bit deep for the non-scientist. Still, worth a listen to get a good overview. Real versus imaginary time a little confusing.
This book isn't for everyone, but is well worth the effort for those who find the challenges of Theoretical Physics interesting. The book provides a good summary of the topic, with an avenue for the hope of future inquiry. This is my second book by this author and I find his presentations clearly explained.