Libby McGugan‘s first novel, The Eidolon calls into question the very nature of reality in a contemporary SF adventure that explores deep ideas but with an edge-of-the-seat story line featuring dark matter, the CERN laboratory, and the barrier between the living and the dead.
Today she offers up something a bit more down to earth…
by Libby McGugan
In October 2012, an unusual meeting took place in Geneva, when CERN’s Director General, Rolf Heuer, brought together physicists, theologians and philosophers to discuss the origins of the universe. At first glance, it’s as odd as inviting a group of vegetarians on a fishing trip.
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