Death by Black Hole, by Neil DeGrasse Tyson


By Amanda Gefter IN this highly enjoyable collection of essays, the ever charismatic astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson offers us a peek at the scientific mind in action – from fascination with the mysteries of the cosmos to annoyance at Hollywood’s scientific gaffes. He explains why aliens will never hear our AM radio shows and pinpoints the best real estate for spaceship fuelling stations. “When I sunbathe, I do it with full respect for the journey had by all photons that hit my body”, deGrasse Tyson writes. He also looks at the nature of knowledge itself how much we know and,
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