Yeah, I'm surprised that the author was able to get a publisher to get this out in print form. Horrible writing.
An able follow-up to Warp Speed,with Travis's usual crackling, clarity and insight. Well worth the read.
Not a very good book, by an author whose bio reads quite a number of science degrees, yet Taylor appears not to have learned modern physics.
He promotes fantasy physics, quantum entanglement and the EPR paradox, yet apparently forgets, or has never learned about, Bell's Theorem or Bell's Inequality.
Better to go back and read GFB Riemann, David Boehm, John Bell, Paul Dirac and Julian Barbour and learn some real physics instead of wasting your time with Taylor's poor writing.
Worst book I have picked up in a long time. "Warp Speed", the first book in this series was OK in a cheesy way. But this book - the writing, plot, characters were so bad I couldn't be bothered to finish it.
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