Unveiling the Edge of Time by John Gribbin
Black Holes, White Holes, Worm Holes

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Acclaimed science writer John Gribbin recounts dramatic stories that have led scientists to believe black holes and their more mysterious kin are not only real, but might actually provide a passage to other universes and travel through time. 56 line drawings.

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John Gribbin is visiting fellow in astronomy at the University of Sussex and a best-selling author.
Published May 31, 1994 by Three Rivers Press. 256 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction

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For these freethinking folk, this is a book that rejoices in paradoxes and delights in reporting that nothing bizarre--baby universes, bubble universes, universe-sized black holes, energy extraction and time travel through wormholes--is denied by the laws of physics.

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