A Little Book of Coincidence
in the Solar System
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|Format:||Paperback, 64 pages, New edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 January 2000|
The solar system has long been suspected of hiding secret mysterious relationships and patterns. From the earliest known times people have studied the motions of the planets. Now, just when we thought there were no more surprises left, John Martineau introduces the solar system in a new way.
About the Author
John Martineau is an editor at Wooden Books. After completing an MA in the liberal arts at the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture he started building stone circles for green gatherings and designing cosmic details for Hindu temples, before returning to his studies of the motions of the planets. Also the author of Mazes and Labyrinths in Great Britain, he lives in Wales, where he is currently looking into crop circles and the mathematics of music with his grandfather.
"This book will dazzle you" - Fortean Times "Another beautiful release from Wooden Books. This one may be small in size, but it is immense in scope. Charting the intricate patterns and relationships formed by the dance of our neighbouring planets around the solar system, Martineau discovers some genuinely mind expanding mathematical and geometrical coincidences." (Fortean Times)
|Publisher: ||Wooden Books|
|Dimensions: ||15.0 x 12.0 centimeters (0.09 kg)|