And God's greatest gift to us is surely this, that a photon striking a semiconductor releases an electron.
Michael Beard is a scientist, Nobel Prize facing a married life falling into disgrace. With the time, his promising career will vanish in the past, becoming just a shadow of his own already faded success.
The goverment is looking for a better public image, and climatic change appears a good, affordable and effective way to earn the sympathy from the public.
A womaniser physicist and the very convenient circumstances will produce the curious story of a lucky man who will learn that lies and secrets will always come out, maybe for good and maybe not.
What was life without the highest ambitions?
Ian McEwan writes a hilarious, dramatic and consciusness-raising novel where the actual events of the drastic changes of our planet are mixed with family values and human behaviour and frailty.
Keep an eye on: the easy going language and fluent concatenation of events. The psycology of Beard and his natural and sometimes obvious reactions.
Even though 'Solar' is not a book which matches with the core of this blog, however, it is a very recommendable book that can be refreshing and give some laughs to crime and conspirancy readers.
Ian McEwan has earned his place a one of the best sellers with an excellent work where important current subjects can be boarded giving to the reader the priceless the opportunity of a bigger and deeper knowlegde whilst some other fundamental issues are displayed pristinely.
There was a consensus in cognitive psychology, based on a wide range of experimental work, that in statistical terms the brains of men and women were significantly different.