Black Holes, White Holes, Quasars and the Universe
by John Gribbin
Pelican Books, 1984, lightly illustrated with diagrams and b/w photographs, paperback, ISBN 0140225315
Very Good Condition, pages age-toned, very light pencil marks on one or two pages, edge wear, shelf wear, (see photographs)
'Recent research into the relationship between space, time , and gravity has resulted in exciting discoveries. Based on the current interpretation of Einstein's theory of relativity and assessing the most up-to-date information, Spacewarps investigates the implications of bent space-time the universe around us.
Often controversial and always entertaining John Gribbin explores the effects of spacewarps, boldly exploring black holes and white holes, quasars, pulsars, X-ray stars and even the increasing possibility of time-travel.
Spacewarps is a fascinating glimpse into the mysteries of the cosmos.'