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We have access to only 4 percent of the universe - and where the other 96? Whether the great constants are constant, and if permanent, why they are not permanent? What the hell is going on with life on Mars? Free will - a thing, of course, it is good, however, concerned about one question: this is the "will" - it is whose? And so on ...

Michael Brooks mocks common sense, it only brings the "common sense" to the verge where the fun is just beginning. Great book in which the search for scientific truth comes close to adventurism and the history of scientific adventures turns progress of science itself. No coincidence that one of the critics called Michael Brooks' Indiana Jones in a lab coat. "

Michael Brooks - British scientist, writer and science journalist, a brilliant popularizer of science, a consultant of the magazine "New Scientist".
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