The Girl in the Golden Atom
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
"Then you mean to say there is no such thing as the _smallest_ particle of matter?" asked the Doctor.
"You can put it that way if you like," the Chemist replied. "In other words, what I believe is that things can be infinitely small just as well as they can be infinitely large. Astronomers tell us ...
Reviewed by changolote on Sep 2, 2012
Remember Steve Martin and "Let's Get Small"? Mix that with Horton Hears a Who, and that's this book. A chemist devises a way to grow and shrink a person infinitely small or large. Turns out, entire universes exist in the atoms of other objects. Quite simplistic, but nonetheless an entertaining read.
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Ratings for 'The Girl in the Golden Atom' by Cummings, Ray