The Science Before Science

A Guide to Thinking in the 21st Century

by Anthony Rizzi


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 25/06/2004

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 412
ISBN : 9781418465049
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 412
ISBN : 9781418465032

About the Book

What is the key to the truth and power of science?  Would a theory of everything disprove the soul?  Is matter all there is?  Can I keep science and my common sense? Can we travel back in time? Is it evolution or creation or …?  Will scientists ever make a man?  Will we ever create artificial intelligence? If so, what does that say about my worth?  

 

What is the ultimate source of our intellectual malaise?

Anthony Rizzi, a distinguished physicist, answers these questions and more.

 

 

“What a terrific book!!...The time is now. Philosophers, scientists, and the educated reader will profit enormously from this book.”

          —Ralph McInerny, University of Notre Dame philosophy professor, Gifford Lecturer

 

 

“There is a pressing need for Anthony Rizzi’s book, which reveals the link between science and man’s deepest questions in a bold, clear and truthful way. His book is full of insights that readers will relish and want to read again and again to plumb their depths.”

          —Marcus Grodi, host of The Journey Home, EWTN

 

 

“The Science Before Science …provides much needed perspective.”

          —Joseph Martin, Chief Scientist, Planetary Science Lab (retired), Lockheed Martin


About the Author

 

            Anthony Rizzi is a physicist with degrees from MIT (B.S., phys.) and Princeton (PhD, phys.) with over 20 years combined experience in experimental and theoretical physics, including solving an 80 year old problem in Einstein’s theory. He also has made important contributions to the Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (LIGO) in Louisiana, has taught graduate courses at LSU, and has done research on manned and unmanned mars spacecrafts. As a staff physicist and design engineer at Lockheed-Martin, he received a NASA Award and a New Technology Award. He now directs the Institute for Advanced Physics in Baton Rouge, LA (www.IAPweb.org), where he continues his gravity wave related research. Dr Rizzi has been featured on EWTN, Focus Worldwide Network, Catholic World Report, Zenit News Agency and Relevant Radio.