Blake Chenault’s Book “Look But Don’t Touch” Focuses on Humanity’s Search to Answer the Question: Where Did Humans Come From and if People are Alone in the Universe?

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Recent release “Look but Don’t Touch”, from Page Publishing author Blake Chenault, compiles the latest scientific developments regarding the origin of life and the creation of the universe. Chenault details the development of the telescope, space probes, particle colliders and UFO sightings to explain why only four percent of the universe is understood.

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Blake Chenault is a retired news reporter with over twenty-five years of experience covering a wide variety of stories that impact people. Recently completing the new book “Look but Don't Touch”: a profound book reflecting the passion of scientists’ efforts to unravel the mysteries of the universe through the use of technology and rationality.

Author Chenault explains the latest approach to searching for extraterrestrial intelligence no longer looks exclusively into outer space but now is looking at inner space as well. While scientists believe that the universe can expand infinitely outward, scientists theorize that it can also contract infinitely inward, to a point infinite density or singularity, one single point smaller than an atom. The work is most pronounced in the Large Hadron Collider, which is explained in easy to understand terminology. The history of the telescope is also told, from its humorous and controversial beginnings, to its present use in outer space. The telescope’s contribution to science is also chronicled. In the name of space exploration, some of NASA’s brightest and darkest hours are told as part of the effort to discover alien life. The record of UFO sightings is presented in order to determine its validity. This wide variety of material is then bound together so the reader may make an independent assessment of the questions humans have regarding the universe.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Blake Chenault’s educational work is a perfect tool for explaining through layman’s terms the jargon the scientific community uses in their papers and dissertations.

Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “Look but Don't Touch” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:
Page Publishing is a traditional New York based full-service publishing house that handles all of the intricacies involved in publishing its authors’ books, including distribution in the world’s largest retail outlets and royalty generation. Page Publishing knows that authors need to be free to create - not bogged down with complicated business issues like eBook conversion, establishing wholesale accounts, insurance, shipping, taxes and the like. Its roster of authors can leave behind these tedious, complex and time-consuming issues, and focus on their passion: writing and creating. Learn more at http://www.pagepublishing.com.

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