Why have none of you pointed this out to me before?
Having attended Communion at the local Russian Orthodox church, he dashed home with a piece of bread and a few drops of wine secreted in his cheeks, He put them under the microscope and compared what he saw with everyday bread and wine. He could find no evidence that the structure of the bread had transformed into the body of Christ, and he later wrote, “I think this was the experiment that made me a scientist.”
And if you haven’t read Big Bang or my other favorite Singh book, Fermat’s Enigma, you’re missing out. For anyone interested in science and math, they’re fascinating books than explain very complicated subjects in easy-to-understand ways.
I’m in the middle of Big Bang right now and seriously addicted to it. That doesn’t happen very often for me — especially when it comes to topics involving astronomy/space. If you want an in-depth background on what the Big Bang theory is and how it was developed, go get this book. You won’t regret it.
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