Wonders #01: Show Me God (2004)
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Show Me God tells the story of the discoveries that shaped our modern understanding of how the universe turned out this way. Stephen Hawking, NASA leaders, and Nobel prize-winning astronomers talk about how their findings affect everyone's search for answers to questions about ultimate origins, the likelihood of extraterrestrials, why we're here, and the nature of God. New information from NASA's WMAP spacecraft pinpoints the age of the universe and raises new mysteries about its "dark energy." Other 2004 reports from observatories show how galaxies form and detail the accelerated expansion of the universe. Show Me God also continues to be one of the best sources on the current search for extraterrestrial life. This cutting-edge book explores creation where science and religion ask the same questions and think the same thoughts. - George Smoot, head of NASA satellite team. Brings the latest space results down to Earth-a story well told. - John Mather, COBE satellite chief scientist.
In exclusive interviews, Stephen Hawking, NASA leaders, and Nobel Prize-winning astronomers talk about how their discoveries have affected life's big questions. Topics include the creation and fine-tuning of the universe, the purpose of life, and the nature of God. The humor and multimedia format make this title make it especially appealing. 98 photos.
Heeren is a science writer. He also serves as editor of the quarterly journal, Cosmic Pursuit, a magazine for people who want to explore and debate the ultimate questions raised by science. He speaks at astronomy conventions, participates in debates, and talks to groups that are interested in hearing more about the last evidence for the intelligent design of our cosmos.