Forces of Nature
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I'll not make this an overly long review as I'm no scientist and, therefor, not qualified to delve into this into too much detail.
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Roweles, Dustin (July 5, 2020). "Weekend Box Office: 'Hamilton' And The Most-Watched Movies At Home Over The Weekend". Uproxx . Retrieved July 5, 2020.Force of Nature is on sale in Australia (Pan Macmillan), the United States (Flatiron Books) and the United Kingdom (Little, Brown). Forces of Nature is a 2016 book by Professor Brian Cox and Andrew Cohen.  The book accompanied the BBC One TV series of the same name, Forces of Nature. Joseph Johnson House – Beaufort, South Carolina". South Carolina Picture Project. 6 August 2014 . Retrieved June 7, 2018.
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Kroll, Justin (July 26, 2019). "Stephanie Cayo Joins Mel Gibson in 'Force of Nature' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety . Retrieved March 9, 2020. Forces of Nature takes you from the mid-Atlantic ridge in Iceland, the volcanoes of Indonesia and the precipitous cliffs in Nepal, to the manatees off the coast of Florida and the northern lights of the Arctic, in search of the fundamental laws that govern our world.Force of Nature' Arrives on Disc and Digital June 30 – Media Play News". 19 May 2020 . Retrieved 20 May 2020. It does go deep into the maths and science in some instances which, even if you don’t understand (which most wont claim to, me included!) it will still work to amaze and show the deep levels of understanding and human endeavour to explain and work out the world around us. It really helps to make you appreciate just how complex and amazing our world is- something that can get so easily overlooked in the wrappings of our everyday lives. How did life on Earth begin? What is the nature of space and time? What are the chances that we will discover life on other worlds?