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Colby Cosh

Colby Cosh is a columnist for the National Post. He lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

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Against time, and beauty

Two enduring scientific ideas take a thumping September 2018
What are pop physics books for? I ask as somebody who has spent a fair amount of cash on them, but who is uncertain of his own motivations. Read enough of these volumes, and you cannot help absorbing some intuition about the twin Copernican leaps of the twentieth century: relativity (there are no absolute or privileged frames of…