Q: Does this book explain God's purpose on earth?
A: Don't be daft. Please visit another site!
Q: Is this book talking about pseudo science?
Q: Does it have a lot of maths in it?
Q: Is it true?
Q: What qualification, profession, or status makes you an authoritative writer on this topic?
A: Only the one thing. I have pondered about it all of my life and looked at philosophy, science, art, and the natural world to find clues and evidence. I have written continually for a science site I founded 20 years ago. I am a free kind of thinker who remains free from all idealisms.
Q: Is it talking about Infinity and 'stuff I find difficult to get my head around' ?
A: Yes. Quite a lot, but it attempts to put difficult ideas and facts into ways you... er... 'can get your head around'.
Q: I'm not really into science. I'm more spiritual. Will it do anything for me?
A: I think what you will discover will certainly be something you can consider deeply and so, yes... it will do a lot, which I think will be positive for you.
Q: I am a scientist. Is this one of those books criticising science?
A: Not really. No. Science is a powerful and invaluable tool for all human-kind. I support scientific thinking. That said, yes... there is some criticism of underlying dogma. But you might find such expression an aspect you agree with?
Q: What exactly is the main thrust of the book?
A: Powerful scientific discoveries and theories fail to find a coherent voice to translate recent discoveries into a way non-scientific people can understand properly. The thrust of this book is to do what science, and their media-ambassadors fail to do. It explains how those new discoveries impact on philosophical questions most people ask.