Suddenly started reading a new book... which is an old book... and it is a scientific book called "A Brief History of Time".
The book is written by Stephen Hawking (google him, he's worth it) and it was published back in the 1988. This is the book written by an actual real physicist with proper titles and scientific degrees galore, and the book tells you about the Universe - about theories about it, about how it was created, about how all matter works together... And, which is the main part, the book is written in a way that is easy to understand for most people.
I haven't finished reading this yet, but I enjoy this greatly. The language is good, the explanations are easy enough, and it is a chance for a common person to actually look into the world of theoretical physics. This is a great way to pick up interesting facts. Fuck, after reading part of this book I now know that Church at some point supported the Big Bang theory!
So yeah, this is really worth a read. Not fiction. Science!