Nuclear physics made easy

{ "b" : "The Never-ending Days Of Being Dead," , "cite" : "by Marcus Chown, Faber and Faber, €23.50."}

3rd February, 2007

{ "b" : "The Never-ending Days Of Being Dead," , "cite" : "by Marcus Chown, Faber and Faber, €23.50."}

If you’re looking to discover what’s it all about, you might find it in The Never Ending Days of Being Dead, the latest offering from the New Scientist’s cosmology consultant Marcus Chown.

Chown hits exactly the right balance between the extremes of experimental frontier work on nuclear physics and his and other thinkers’ whimsical...

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