When we look out into the depths of the cosmos, we see that matter isn't evenly distributed. Mixed in amongst the nebulae, galaxies, and whatnot, there are regions that contain massive voids. Some voids are billions of light years in length. One has to ask, then, how visible matter came to be so unevenly distributed. Moreover, why does hadronic matter only account for four percent of the stuff that makes up the universe? This audiobook takes a look at what nothingness is and asks the question - where did everything come from in the first place?
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