Ê We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe ✓ Download by Ç Jorge Cham

Ê We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe ✓ Download by Ç Jorge Cham this book is funny Prepare To Learn Everything We Still Dont Know About Our Strange And Mysterious UniverseHumanity S Understanding Of The Physical World Is Full Of Gaps Not Tiny Little Gaps You Can Safely Ignore There Are Huge Yawning Voids In Our Basic Notions Of How The World Works PHD Comics Creator Jorge Cham And Particle Physicist Daniel Whiteson Have Teamed Up To Explore Everything We Don T Know About The Universe The Enormous Holes In Our Knowledge Of The Cosmos Armed With Their Popular Infographics, Cartoons, And Unusually Entertaining And Lucid Explanations Of Science, They Give Us The Best Answers Currently Available For A Lot Of Questions That Are Still Perplexing Scientists, Including Why Does The Universe Have A Speed Limit Why Aren T We All Made Of Antimatter What Or Who Is Attacking Earth With Tiny, Superfast Particles What Is Dark Matter, And Why Does It Keep Ignoring Us It Turns Out The Universe Is Full Of Weird Things That Don T Make Any Sense But Cham And Whiteson Make A Compelling Case That The Questions We Can T Answer Are As Interesting As The Ones We CanThis Fully Illustrated Introduction To The Biggest Mysteries In Physics Also Helpfully Demystifies Many Complicated Things We Do Know About, From Quarks And Neutrinos To Gravitational Waves And Exploding Black Holes With Equal Doses Of Humor And Delight, Cham And Whiteson Invite Us To See The Universe As A Possibly Boundless Expanse Of Uncharted Territory That S Still Ours To Explore Fascinating read by the genius behind PhD comics Bought it for my Biologist dad, but couldn t help spending a couple of days flipping through it before handing off the present.

For a book that s all about questions and what we don t know, you learn quite a lot about what we do know If you like J Cham s silly yet witty humour, and you enjoy reading about science, you ll love this book.
If you enjoy the comics you will love this book Combines all of the comic irony of the comic and deep insight in academia and science research in a new package.