Little Book of Un-Scientific Propositions, Theories and Things
Explaining the unexplainable: intriguing theories from the peripheries of science.
The book explores the refreshing middle ground between beliefs, conspiracy theories and scientific facts.
Can nuclear fusion take place in a breaker?
Will teleportation allow instant travel from point A to B?
Will anybody ever invent perpetual motion machine?
Are we alone: Smart aliens or silly scientists?
Will human merge with machines?
Time travel — the next big dimension.
While science may not have all the answers, not all concepts presented here can be dismissed as crackpot ideas; some have been proposed by respectable scientists and one day may even become mainstream scientific theories.
Surendra Verma (born 1942) is an Indian-Australian journalist and writer of books explaining mathematical and scientific topics to general audience. His books have received positive reviews, and have been published in Australia, UK, US and India and have been translated into 14 languages.
MRP: ₹ 295
Extent: 208 pp