Giveaway: The Universe in the Rearview Mirror by Dave Goldberg

It’s not every day that you find a Physics book that is both wonderfully thorough and wildly entertaining – but, then again, it’s not every day that Dave Goldberg publishes a book; he’d be quite the busy boy if that was the case. But as writer for the fantastic Ask a Physicist column on (seriously, check it out), professor and director of undergraduate studies at Drexel University, Slate and LA Times contributor, husband and father – he’s plenty busy already. As an avid reader of Ask A Physicist, I was already familiar with his entertaining writing style – but getting to enjoy it in a full-length book was quite the treat. Read the full review here.

Enter to win one of two free copies of The Universe in the Rearview Mirror: How Hidden Symmetries Shape Reality. How?

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5 Replies to “Giveaway: The Universe in the Rearview Mirror by Dave Goldberg”

  1. Sounds like an entertaining read! As well, the subject matter is right up my current stream of interests. I’ll be certain to buy a copy if I don’t win the drawing.

  2. Hi there,

    A bit of topic but today and tomorrow there is some public demonstrations / tests of Defkalions Cold Fusion reactors. (The R5)

    I made a little teaser, please LIKE and remember, sharing is caring!

  3. I just entered, as I love his Ask a Physicist column on Looks fascinating, cheers!

  4. I hope i can win this book. i really enjoy reading and i enjoy astronomy and physics so if i could win this it would be a great add to my library at home :D.

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