Saturday, 24 December 2016
The Universe is a Machine
In it offers a new and unique explanation of the science of what might have happened during the Big Bang, when our universe came into being.
It is a novel solution to the problem of where all the antimatter went after the Big Bang, why it is still in existence and the reasons as to why it has never, at least so far, been detected.
It is written in the form of a treatise which explores the so-called "smoking gun" of a clue that points to there having been a distinct mechanical process that took place during the aftermath of the Big Bang, superimposed, as Hughes argue, upon the thermodynamic and nuclear processes that are linked to the evolution of the early stages of our universe.
It is the current orthodoxy that the antimatter was utterly destroyed in the events of the aftermath of the Big Bang.
However, Cambridge alumnus and chartered engineer James Hughes argues that this was not the case.
He has a unique explanation to what happened to the antimatter, where it is and why it has not -at least, yet!- been subject to detection.
This paperback book is published in paperback by Matador at £78.00, though a Kindle version is available for £68.00.
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