Books by Simon Singh

Simon Singh comes from a family of Punjabi farmers who emigrated from India to Britain in 1950. He was born and grew up in Wellington, Somerset and went on to study physics at Imperial College (London University). He completed his Ph.D. in particle physic


THE SIMPSONS AND THEIR MATHEMATICAL SECRETS by Simon Singh
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Released: Oct. 29, 2013

"A fun trip with the 'ultimate TV vehicle for pop culture mathematics.'"
Higher math for dummies, courtesy of The Simpsons. Read full book review >
THE BIG BANG by Simon Singh
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Released: Jan. 7, 2005

"Still, a clear, lively, and comprehensive view of the way science arrived at the leading theory of how everything began."
A historical overview of the science leading to acceptance of the Big Bang theory. Read full book review >
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Released: Oct. 21, 1997

"A good overview of one of the great intellectual puzzles of modern history. (photos and line drawings)"
The proof of Fermat's Last Theorem has been called the mathematical event of the century; this popular account puts the discovery in perspective for non-mathematicians. Read full book review >