Of all the things we know about the universe, what do we really know about the nature of space? For example, is there a beyond space? Can space exist in the absence of matter? Though it may seem like a dumb question - 'where' does space come from? This essay takes a look at what some scientists have to say on this issue; the work also contains many references on the topic of spacetime and relativity, which should be useful to physics students.
©2016 Alan Hall (P)2016 Alan Hall
I would get a different narrator who could pronounce 'nucleus' correctly, along with some other scientific/mathematical words. The narration was slow and she sounded bored.
Dark matter :)
Not sure, but there has to be someone with experience narrating scientific literature.
It is obviously the opinion of the author, but interesting nonetheless. Not really a book for someone who has no understanding of the subject matter.
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