Unraveling the boggled mind.
I read the other reviews of this book and it appears to me that the reviewers had a strong knowledge of math and science. I don’t think this book is intended for them. I have a background sadly lacking in either subject and although fascinated, I just can’t wrap my mind around those television shows about the universe. The idea of something without an end doesn’t compute in my brain. I’m the reader James Sinclair intended to reach with this book. His simplified description of everything from the atom to the big bang, progressing from smallest to largest, is peppered with explanations relating to everyday life so that a nonscientific mind can put the subject into context and say, “Oh yeah, now I get it.” I did get it. Thank you James Sinclair.