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    Thought provoking...

    Not what I was expecting and certainly my first read in this genre. That said I feel as though I understand nothing much better after reading this book!
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    Unsettling & Bold

    The question that it raises is bold. The answer that it gives is unsettling!
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    Interesting book

    The book is easy to read. I think it addresses a general audience with basic knowledge of quantum physics and cosmology. Although I personally failed to discover in this book any adequate engagement to satisfy a personal eager to address the age old question of "why is there something rather than nothing?" In addition, no new innovative knowledge found in this book, same old, same old. Whatever you read in this book has been already overly stated since at least Three decades ago!
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    Hard to understand for a lay person

    Hard to wrap my brain around most of what the author says. I guess I need the comic version. But very interesting, especially the stories about earlier scientists. Gave me renewed respect for how devoted scientists are.
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    Not what I thought

    I found this book difficult to understand and follow. I think this book was written for Phd candidates in physics, math and cosmology and not the average person. Skip it if you're looking for an easy read,read it if you're going into the field of physics.
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