After hearing you mention "A Universe from
Nothing: Why there is Something
Rather than Nothing" a few times, I decided
I would give it a read. Now, after my second
read through (and listen through of the audiobook
version), I must ask you to please, please, please
try to get Lawrence Krauss on Penn's Sunday School.
He is such an intelligent and fascinating writer.
I think it would be a great forum for him, and I'm
sure the interaction between you two would be
I second the request. I am only about a third of the way through. It really pushes my brain to get some of it and trying to remember first year university physics. It will definitely take another thorough read to get a more solid grip on it. Thanks for the recommendation.
Penn, if I remember correctly you don't read a lot of fiction. But are there any fiction recommendations that you have enjoyed?