Information is more accessible than ever before. If we want to keep up with what's going on in the world, a twentyfour- hour news cycle will provide us with more facts than we can possibly absorb. And yet, this constant stream of data doesn't yield meaningful answers. Why is there political unrest throughout the globe? Why, with all of our technological advances, haven't we eliminated poverty? Why does injustice exist? Why are we here at all?
Inventory of the Universe: Assembling an Infinite Number of Puzzle Pieces . . . Perfectly helps us make sense of our questions by starting at the beginning. With the help of a time-traveling reporter named Galacti, Sam Kneller takes us from the Big Bang to the present day, exploring the ways in which 13.8 billion years of intergalactic happenings have led to a human species that thinks, acts, and interacts as it does. For those of us who are ready to escape the limits of our daily perceptions, Inventory of the Universe will open the door to a greater understanding of our world . . . and ourselves.
About the Author
Sam Kneller was born in London and has lived in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Spain, Canada, Israel, Belgium, and for the past thirty-five years France. After spending twenty-five years in the Christian ministry, Sam taught website creation at the American University in Paris, worked as a technical writer, and founded BonjourLaFrance.com, a successful site for travel and tourism in France. He is currently occupied with webmastering, studying, teaching, speaking, and writing, including for his blog TheExplanation.com.