The interrelationships of every part of existence fascinates so many people, and Lisa Randall has used her skill as a cosmologist and physicist to bring some of those interconnections to life. She's concerned with the big ideas about the nature of the universe itself. Dark Matter and Dinosaurs takes two different concepts and ties them together by an exacting examination of the origin and structure of the universe, from a quantum level to galactic. Dinosaurs, solidly established in the history of the Earth, and dark matter, one of Einstein's remaining knots, turn out to have more than a few connecting threads.
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