So far, each chapter has offered a good deal of mind boggling information concerning nuclear explosions and such. It's tought to say which chapters I specifically liked and disliked, for I have both liked and disliked eached individual chapter. The narrative portions are suprisingly interesting and Dyson goes into nice personal detail, and has interesting sentence structure and diction when he's writing with disregard to the scientific aspects. The scientific aspects are apparent in each chapter, and clearly no one knows what to make of it. Good book, good book.