In the preparation of this website I have made free use of a great many books and websites. Among the most important and most often referenced (although in no particular order) are:
- “The Dancing Wu Li Masters” by Gary Zukav (Perennial, 1979)
- “God and the New Physics” by Paul Davies (Penguin, 1983)
- “A Brief History of Time” by Stephen Hawking (Bantam, 1988)
- “Deep Time” by David Darling (Bantam Press, 1989)
- “The Physics of Star Trek” by Lawrence M. Krauss (Basic Books, 1995)
- “Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe” by Martin Rees (Basic Books, 2000)
- “A Briefer History of Time” by Stephen Hawking (Bantam, 2005)
- “Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You” by Marcus Chown (Faber and Faber 2007)
- “The Quirks and Quarks Guide to Space” by Jim Lebans (McClelland and Stewart, 2008)
- “Death from the Skies! These are the Ways the World Will End...” by Philip Plait (Viking, 2008)
- “You Are Here - A Portable History of the Universe” by Christopher Potter (Vintage, 2009)
Disclosure: Whenever possible, I linked to books with my amazon affiliate code, and as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Purchasing from these links helps to keep the website running, and I am grateful for your support!
TV & VIDEO
- "The Elegant Universe" (Nova, 2003)
- "The Universe" (History Channel, 2007)
- "Journey to the Edge of the Universe" (National Geographic Channel, 2008)
- "Stephen Hawking, Master of the Universe" (Channel 4, 2008)
- "Into the Universe With Stephen Hawking" (Discovery Channel, 2010)
- "Through the Wormhole" (Science Channel, 2010)
- "How the Universe Works" (Discovery Channel, 2010)
- "The Fabric of the Cosmos" (Nova, 2011)
HOW DO I CITE THIS WEBSITE?
While there are several different citation formats, each with their own versions and update schedules, it seems that the APA format includes most common attributes and would look like something like this (adapt for the specific content you're referencing):
Mastin, L. (2009, October). Early Modern World. Retrieved [Month, day, year], from https://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/dates.html
The same date can be used for all the articles on this website.
If there are any glaring errors in this website, the fault is almost certainly my own (and not that of these sources). I would appreciate any feedback, complaints, notification of broken links, copyright infringements, even spelling mistakes.