A short essay about nothing. Which, as it turns out, is about something.
There could be no simpler word than the word Nothing. Yet, despite its relatively obvious meaning, the scientific community seems determined to rewrite the definition. Why, you ask? Let's just say that there is one particular theological notion that is of paramount importance on their scientific agenda.
|Publisher:||J. P. Kurzitza|
|File size:||42 KB|
About the Author
If I can write a novel, then you surely can! I've been writing since 2007. I’ve also been a stay-home dad since 2007. Hmm—coincidence? My primary genre of preference for writing (though, what exactly is a genre anymore) is YA/ MG fiction, but ultimately I go wherever the story takes me, whether short story, flash fiction, or adult fiction. And when I say YA, I mean more like J.K. Rowling, not Sarah Dessen. My alias is J. Paul Wallace. I am a prime example of someone who can write, minus all the education and acronyms at the end of my name.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is mercifully short and relates nothing (pun intended) of interest. Perhaps taking a physics course dealing with cosmology or quantum theory would help him better understand nothing.