About this book
A true paradox is a statement that leads to a circular and self-contradictory argument, and here a high-profile professor takes readers on a mind-bending tour of these confusing conundrums, from Einstein's theories about time and space, to the latest ideas of how the quantum world works.
How does the fact that it gets dark at night prove the Universe must have started with a big bang? Where are all the aliens? And why does the length of a piece of string vary depending on how fast it is moving? This title deals with these questions?