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‘One ​is left feeling even more – if this is possible – filled with admiration for science and delight at the world it investigates’

The world around us can be a complex, confusing place. Earthquakes happen without warning, stock markets fluctuate, weather forecasters seldom seem to get it right. How do we make sense of it all?
John Gribbin reveals our seemingly random universe is actually built on simple laws of cause and effect that can explain why, for example, just one vehicle breaking down can cause a traffic jam; why wild storms are caused by a slight atmospheric change; even how we evolved from the most basic of materials. Like a Zen painting, a fractal image or the pattern on a butterfly’s wings, simple elements form the bedrock of a sophisticated whole. Synthesising chaos and complexity theory for the perplexed, Deep Simplicity brilliantly illuminates the harmony underlying our existence.

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