George Gamow, “One, Two, Three…Infinity”, 1947 was a “popular science” genre book written for lay readers. George Gamow was a pupil of physicist Alexander Friedmann who in 1922 solved the General Relativity equations of Albert Einstein. The book is for the layman of 1947, but today is popular culture. Steven Weinberg, “The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe”, 1977 is also a “popular science” genre book on physical cosmology for the layman readers. “Popular science” a is genre that supplies Science Fiction with much of its ideas.