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The Newtonian legacy

The Newtonian legacy
The Newtonian legacy
A younger researcher, Andreas Born, is found dead at the particle physics institute where he works. A policewoman is assigned the job of penetrating the intellectually charged atmosphere his colleagues work in. She is forced to unravel the mysterious world of subatomic particles to understand the dead man's motivations.
Meanwhile, Carl, one of Andreas' collaborators embarks on an exploration of Andreas' murky life outside physics including sex, drug dealing and bizarre alchemical experiments. Carl is followed by a mysterious stranger and must fight to preserve both his life and the relationship with his girlfriend.
A free popular science novel
Evans, N.J.
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Evans, N.J.
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Evans, N.J. (2007) The Newtonian legacy , A free popular science novel, 139pp.

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A younger researcher, Andreas Born, is found dead at the particle physics institute where he works. A policewoman is assigned the job of penetrating the intellectually charged atmosphere his colleagues work in. She is forced to unravel the mysterious world of subatomic particles to understand the dead man's motivations.
Meanwhile, Carl, one of Andreas' collaborators embarks on an exploration of Andreas' murky life outside physics including sex, drug dealing and bizarre alchemical experiments. Carl is followed by a mysterious stranger and must fight to preserve both his life and the relationship with his girlfriend.

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Published date: 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 64180
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/64180
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Date deposited: 09 Jan 2009
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:22

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