One of the questions that seems to be relevant and so universal to us all as well is what happens when we die and there are countless books that try to answer this mystery. What Really Happens When You Die: Cosmology, Time, and You by Andrew McLauchlin is a refreshing new take on this question because it is not written by anyone involved with the paranormal (eg psychics, mediums) or philosophers and near death experiences but is written by someone who actually has a background in physics and developed a theory using the renowned Stephen Hawking's own work in physics "A Brief History of Time". He makes a very compelling argument using the most current and up to date knowledge we have in physics and cosmology right now. It makes for a very compelling read and I am very curious as to what other physicists will think of this theory and the book itself. I really recommend this book to anyone who is interested in this age old question and would like to think about it from a new angle.
I received a copy of this book from Arcturus Digital (thank you so much!) via Netgalley for free in exchange for an honest review.
Five out of Five Stars