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Written by Allison Czapp, Correspondent
September 26, 2013

        Since the beginning of human existence, we have questioned how the universe came to be and what our purpose is. While many find answers to these questions in faith and spirituality, local author Gene T. Yerger attempts to answer fundamental questions about the nature of our existence and place in the universe through a deep understanding of physics.

        The East Greenville author will be presenting his theories and discussing his book, “The Meaning of Time: A Theory of Nothing” (New Hanover, 2008), at the Upper Perkiomen Valley Library at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2.

        “What’s missing from our present society is a sense of purpose, a paradigm or belief if you will,” Yerger writes in the book. “This story promises to provide such a paradigm, a way of looking at the world with a new sense of wonderment and a new perspective. Most importantly, however, it will provide an answer to the question of why there is something rather than nothing.”...



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