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But to understand how our grandest theories of the universe are about to change, we must first understand how we first arrived at the Big Bang. To do this, Adam Frank addresses the most significant ideas of modern physics – from Einstein’s theory of relativity to quantum mechanics – and elucidates how our perception of time has evolved throughout history, in line with scientific discovery and technological innovation.  Read more

Frank Adam is Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Rochester, New York, and a contributor to various scientific journals. He has recently received the American Astronomical Society award for his scientific works and articles.

«Frank introduces exciting new ideas in cosmology and concocts fascinating theories about the changes that will occur in human perception of the concept of time.» Washington Post

«Adam tells the fascinating story of how human perception of time has evolved. From prehistory through the Enlightenment to Einstein, this is a fascinating tour of some of the most brilliant ideas ever formulated.» Sean Carroll, astrophysicist

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After the battle, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill uttered a phrase that has gone down in history: «This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But perhaps it is the end of the beginning».

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The end of the beginning is a point and apart, a round trip, for which there is no return ticket. A collection of poems that constitutes a cable to earth, a discourse of life, love and positioning before society of one of the greatest composers and lyricists in the musical history of our country.

Like hairs detached from his mane of words, these disheveled verses swirl like a cat’s ball to lead us to, as Luisa Castro points out in her prologue, Manolo García’s most private concert.

I confess that I do not know how to dawn without the yoke of his work, without the plow of his discourse, and I have already tilled too much on this earth to move away from his shadow, (paraphrasing) the shadow of an old tree, which honored me with its presence.

His free verse is synonymous with how his feeling for life and for the world around us relentlessly embraces his hopes, his vitality and his concern for not losing the humanity that hits us hard.

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A moving account of the life of one of the most prestigious firms in world journalism that closes the circle of the great journey of life. When, in March 2004, Tiziano Terzani, due to a terminal illness, sees the end of his life approaching, he decides to meet his son Folco to have some valuable conversations with him about the life he has led.

Accepting his fate with the serenity of one who has frequented Eastern philosophies for most of his life, Terzani recalls the events that have marked his life and that of his family.

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Born into a humble Florentine family at the dawn of World War II, Tiziano Terzani wants to pass on to his son his insatiable curiosity for the world and its inhabitants. Defying the destiny reserved for him by his social background, he decided to become a journalist and tirelessly travel our planet. Most of the decisive events of the turbulent 20th century took place in front of his committed gaze: the Cold War, Maoist China, apartheid in South Africa and the Vietnam War are just some of the events that marked the trajectory of this extraordinary man.

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Before the beginning, after the end is a title that has a direct relationship with the indefinable and unspeakable presence of God that is part of a good frond of the tree of Ramiro Lomelí’s poetry. That is why the poet writes: Father, your love is my love. Love greater than the great,

Before the beginning, after the end is a title that has a direct relationship with the indefinable and unspeakable presence of God that is part of a good frond of the tree of Ramiro Lomelí’s poetry.