What's at the bottom of a black hole? Is time travel possible? Why does maths work?
Internationally known theoretical physicist and bestselling popular science writer Lawrence Krauss tackles twenty-five of cosmology's greatest known unknowns – topics that will shape the state of science over the next few decades.
'Brilliant and fundamental, this is the necessary book about our prime global emergency' Ian McEwan on The Physics of Climate Change.
'Lawrence Krauss is a fine physicist, a talented writer, and a scientist deeply engaged with public affairs' Lord Martin Rees, former president of the Royal Society.
'Brimming with information lucidly analysed' Richard Dawkins on The Physics of Climate Change.
'Elegant, rigorous, timely ... The ideal book for anyone interested in the science of global warming' Elizabeth Kolbert on The Physics of Climate Change.
'Lucid and gripping' Noam Chomsky on The Physics of Climate Change