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Benevento Publishing
Current material
German Manuscript | English Sample Translation
Original language
German
Original title
Himmels-Körper
Themas
Earth Sciences, Geography, Environment, Planning
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Celestial Bodies

by Apolin, Martin

Our body comes from dust, namely stardust, and it becomes dust again after death. Life in between is a miracle of the universe. Because the building blocks of our body come from the cosmos, we literally have a »celestial body«.

Our body comes from dust, namely stardust, and it becomes dust again after death. Life in between is a miracle of the universe. Because the building blocks of our body come from the cosmos, we literally have a »celestial body«.

But how did these building blocks come into being in the first place? And how does a huge heap of atoms manage to walk, see, hear, speak and think? Everything in your body–even your life itself–is pure physics on the lowest level!

In CELESTIAL BODIES, Martin Apolin shows in an entertaining and understandable way which building blocks our body consists of and what »cosmological preparation« it took to create these building blocks in the first place. The book explains how much physics is actually in our body and why nothing can escape the natural laws of the universe–not even the human body.

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»The natural scientist encapsulates the whole thing in perfectly readable sentences full of irony and unbeatable logic, with a twinkle in his eye.«

Reviews: DONAUKURIER on PHYSICS FOR REAL MEN

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