Readership: Readers of popular science and general readers interested in science, cosmology, particle physics, as well as the history and philosophy of science and the history of ideas.
Frank Close, Professor of Theoretical Physics and Fellow of Exeter College, University of Oxford
Review(s) from previous edition"All in all, this book makes for some fascinating reading. - Chemistry World, Dennis Rouvray.
"An accessible and entertaining read for layperson and scientist alike." - Physics World
"The Void is well worth reading." - Robert Cailliau. CERN Courier.
"It covers very complicated concepts in a mostly accessible way." - Lawrence Rudnick, Nature
"A fascinating subject covered by a fascinating book." - Marcus Chown, Focus
1: Much Ado About Nothing
2: How Empty is an Atom?
4: Waves in What?
5: Travelling on a Light Beam
6: The Cost of Free Space
7: The Infinite Sea
8: The Higgs Vacuum
9: The New Void