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All about books. On this show, book publishing professional Susannah Greenberg of Susannah Greenberg Public Relations, a book publicity firm, interviews authors and experts in the book industry, book publishing, and writing, and will feature occasional short readings by authors. This show is for anyone interested in books.

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The Hunger For More: God, Gravity And The Big Bang by Peter Strassberg, MD. A book published by Full Court Press. The Big Bang is modern myth. It never occurred. It, and much of current science (particle physics) is but today's version of the Biblical Creation and Fall. In this book, Dr. Strassberg takes us on a journey—a voyage of understanding. By opening a portal to a different dimension, the book leaves the reader with a deeper insight into our world and the forces that shape it. The Hunger For More is an excursion into the realm of the very small (the quantum world of atoms and particles) and the exceedingly large—the universe with its awesome structure. As we travel, it allows us to make sense of what to Einstein was ?spooky? action at a distance, and helps us to unravel the ever-perplexing wave–particle enigma. It shows dark energy to be an illusion, inflation to be, essentially, infinitely impossible, and cosmic microwave background radiation (the supposed glue holding the Big Bang together) to be fundamentally misunderstood. It explores the concepts of force and time, finding an underlying essence—to those of science, gravity; to those of faith, God. It is an exciting adventure well worth taking. PETER STRASSBERG, M.D. is a practicing physician in the New York Metropolitan area. His previous book, The One Hundred Year Diet, grew from an interest in preventing obesity and its many associated heart and vascular problems. Available in Kindle and Paperback Editions.
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