The energy of the vacuum

It's night, on a Swiss motorway. A machine proceeds at a sustained speed, directed in Marseille. On board a man, Pietro Leone, UN official in Geneva. Next to him sleeps his son Pietro, a close console in his hands, very low life jeans like every respectful teenager. The two are fleeing, you don't know what. The only thing that Pietro Sa is that someone has been holding the movements of him and of him for days and that his Emilia wife, researcher at CERN, has disappeared from home for a few days. The woman was working, with a group of Spanish physicists, to a revolutionary calorimeter to decipher the energies of photons and electrons ...

  • Author: Bruno Arpaia
  • Format: Paperback, 14 x 22 cm
  • Pages: 262
  • Publisher: Guanda
  • Necklace: Phoenix narrators
  • Year: 2011

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