"In A Universe from Nothing , Lawrence Krauss has written a thrilling introduction to the current state of cosmology-the branch of science that tells us about the deep past and deeper future of everything. As it turns out, everything has a lot to do with nothing-and nothing to do with God. This is a brilliant and disarming book."-- Sam Harris, author of The Moral Landscape
The astounding "New York Times" bestseller--updated with an explanation of the Higgs Boson and its implications--offers new answers to the most basic philosophical questions. With wry humor and wonderfully clear explanations, Krauss goes back to the beginning of the beginning.