A controversial popular science title in which Jim Baggott asks whether all that we currently know about the universe is based upon science or fantasy.
With a doctorate at the University of Oxford, Jim Baggot worked as a postgraduate research fellow at Oxford and at Stanford University in California. He returned to England to take up a lectureship in chemistry at the University of Reading. He worked in the oil industry for 11 years before setting up his own independent business and training consultancy. He has won the Marlow Medal by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Glaxo Science Writer's prize in 1992. And writes often in UK newspapers and New Scientist magazine and has contributed to several BBC radio programmes. His previous books include: The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments, Atomic: The First War of Physics and A Beginner's Guide to Reality.
Persuasive. - Independent on Sunday