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Saturday, May 24, 2003


Review in salon.com by Thomas Wilson of "Strange Matters" by Tom Siegfried (Sept. 24, 2002)

From strange quark matter to multiple universes, visionaries predict the weird things science has yet to discover ...

Despite its limitations, "Strange Matters" is one of the most stimulating popular science works published in the last few years. Not only does Siegfried lead us through the tangled webs of science at the outer limits with an appealingly breezy manner, but the book is worth picking up just to revisit it 20 years from now to see which conjectures have proved to be prediscoveries and which have fizzled out over time. Until then, we can revel in all the exciting, unproven possibilities.
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