From BIGBANG to OVERPOPULATION

From BIGBANG to OVERPOPULATION

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by Siegfried Eckleben
     
 

A quark tells the story of the universe from the start to now, in everyday language for curious persons, from teenager to pensioner. Everything in the universe consists of quarks and electrons, which is why quarks know everything. It tells the differences between humans and other animals, including their odd sexual behavior, and the basic problem of the planet at

Overview

A quark tells the story of the universe from the start to now, in everyday language for curious persons, from teenager to pensioner. Everything in the universe consists of quarks and electrons, which is why quarks know everything. It tells the differences between humans and other animals, including their odd sexual behavior, and the basic problem of the planet at the start of the 21st century.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011296352
Publisher:
Siegfried Eckleben
Publication date:
04/26/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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Meet the Author

I was born in Weimar, Germany on Labor Day, May 1st, 1944. (It started with labor and I've been laboring ever since). We fled the Russian Zone of post war Germany in 1949 and emigrated to what is now Namibia. I grew up and attended school in what was then South West Africa. Later I studied electrical engineering at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.


Having lived and worked as an engineer in Southern Africa, North and South America, Australia and Europe, I retired to Namibia – with another residence on one of the Azores Islands in the North Atlantic.


The enigma of the endless universe and concepts such as eternal and infinity awed and intrigued me since childhood and eventually drove me to write the first part of my book. The peculiarities of humans that I was confronted with during my lifetime motivated me to write the second part.


I speak five languages and have written articles in English, German and Portuguese...

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