The more we understand the world, the more it seems to unravel into larger and more complex mysteries that may well be unsolvable. Join Cambridge particle physicist and CERN hadron collider researcher, Harry Cliff, to explore the fascinating anomalies and oddities that confound scientists. From energy inexplicably emanating from Antarctica to dilemmas over the expansion of the universe, Cliff takes you through the many mysteries of physics and argues that there is a limit to what science can and will uncover.

"Lays out the gaps and anomalies at the edge of modern science, which may make the best theories of today look as quaint as those of long ago." - New York Times