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See all customer images. I am not by nature a science person. Sep 27, Pages. They still don’t know. Sep 24, tyranus rated it really liked it. Of course, I took the time to bkok this stuff to my family because it’s really interesting and fun. Unless we are sharing a mass delusion straight out of Philip K.
A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking
As Einstein points out, time may be relative, but mine’s more valuable than yours. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Hawking along with all the brilliant men who spent their lives trying to enlighten humans. Time can go faster or slower, depending on things such as velocity and gravity.
I recommend it to pretty much anyone over the age of 13 who doesn’t know much about these subjects. Rest in peace Mr.
A lot of this material I learned in school or absorbed over time in media and Star Trekthough the advance of years washed away much of it, but this book was easy enough for a proto-geek like myself that is like a cro-magnon scientist compared to the smarts of people I know to have some limited understanding and to enjoy, though there are still sections that are blank in my mind.
If you’re thinking of reading A Brief History of Timeread this first. La prima parte era molto semplice, la seconda A lot of this material I learned in school or absorbed over time in media and St In an attempt to prove to some recent mega-brainiac friends not that they asked me that I was capable of some limited understanding of physics, I picked up this slim volume. Trivia About A Briefer History One consequence of such a unification that he discovered was that black holes should not be completely black, but should emit radiation and eventually evaporate and disappear.
Until I tried to explain any of it to someone who had not read the book. I found this on the web: I am fooling around in Germany at low speeds relative to everything in this planet. Get to Know Us. Sep 27, Pages Buy. Best of all, he makes it clear that many of the theories I was taught might be wrong in extremes, but are perfectly acceptable in my observable, living universe, so I don’t feel like a complete idiot.
In fact, I flunked my college chemistry class and didn’t do all that great in bio either.
A Briefer History of Time
So how did the universe start? Don’t expect the book to give you a happy, clear ending, for nowadays theories are not able to explain everything, as they are still not completely compatible.
I really wish I did get it, and I am confident that someday I will. On the contrary, it contains more modern theories that weren’t much developed back in the 80s.
I found most became fairly clear, even time travel, but maybe not string theory. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. He is one of the most brilliant minds of my lifetime in my opinion. The concepts are indeed hisrory, but they’re fun and and you only need to put it down at the end of the chapter to properly digest it.
Luckily, Haking don’t think he plans on crushing me. My son and I read this together. So, I’m now giving you a third and final chance. The ol’ Trekkie-ism, “It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it,” is inherently contradictory. A Briefer History of Time: Refresh and try again.
Professor Hawking received twelve honorary degrees, was awarded the CBE inand was made a Companion of Honour in See all reviews. But for years readers have asked for a more accessible formulation of its key concepts—the nature of space and time, the role of God in creation, and the history and future of the universe. This eleven year old feels he has learned tons, and wants to read it over and over because it is so fascinating. In an attempt to prove to some recent mega-brainiac friends not that they asked me that I was capable of some limited understanding of physics, I picked up this slim volume.
Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. Very readable, and I was actually surprised to realize I’d learned most of this information in an astronomy class I took in college. Mar 24, Bruce rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Baqer Al-Meshqab rated it really liked it.
Still humor wasn’t absent.