Month: April 2017

Nevermind: You, deconstructed – now available

Finally, after yet another year of delays (disclaimer, not my fault), the book is published. It runs to 270 pages, and takes a pop at most of the bigger 'Big Questions'. Is there a purpose to existence, does 'god' exist, is there any kind of 'afterlife' or 'next life', do we have free will, are ...

The universe is flat, like day-old beer.

As Lawrence Krauss so eloquently explains it, the universe is flat. It's not closed, or curved, and we know this because it's observable in a couple of experimental ways. That tells us the ultimate fate of everything, and it isn't a 'Big Crunch'. It also implies we're living in the mother of all double-entry ledgers. What ...