[The Universe in a Nutshell] Download × Stephen Hawking
free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ì Stephen HawkingSeuel to Hawking s previous bestseller A Brief History of Time The book as the title suggests discusses about the history and principles of the physical universe in a nutshell The topics are discussed in ust the fair amount of detail and simplicity although there are some topics which are ust too advanced to understandDespite being nearly 2 decades old the book still holds it value and readers can give it go if they are curious to know about
the universe but lack lots of free time Hawking is an exceedingly clear and occasionally uite funny writer not easy whenuniverse but lack lots of free time Hawking is an exceedingly clear and occasionally uite funny writer not easy when topic is uantum physics etc I would be lying if I claimed to understand much of this book especially in the audiobook format in which an exceedingly pleasant British voice hurls a flood of Hawking s words and concepts one challenging than the previous one It might repeat might have been possible to understand this material on a printed page which in this case included a lot of nifty diagrams on the presumption that repetition might have helped But probably not I did enjoy and generally understand the opening chapter in which Hawking explained the history of physics and our conception of the universe with a beautiful presentation of the life and work of Einstein and to a lesser extent his contemporaries and immediate intellectual followers But after that when Hawking moved into contemporary physics and the exploration of the cosmos where he made his own contributions mind you I was mostly gasping for air down for the count you get the idea Once I let go of the expectation that I could actually master the material I kind of enjoyed the periodic appearance of concepts and phrases I had sort of known about arrive in their natural and proper context things like string theory black holes uanta Heisenberg principle nebula etc "Perhaps Than Anything I "than anything I the ebulliance and delight with which Hawking presents his material as if it is the simplest and most fun thing ever which to him it probably is The Universe in a Nutshell Stephen Hawking The Universe in a Nutshell is a 2001 book about theoretical physics by Stephen Hawking It is generally considered a seuel and was created to update the public concerning developments since the multi million copy bestseller A Brief History of Time published in 1988 In it Hawking explains to a general audience various matters relating to the Lucasian professor s work such as G del s Incompleteness Theorem and P branes part of superstring theory in uantum mechanics He tells the history and principles of modern physics He seeks to combine Einstein s General Theory of Relativity and Richard Feynman s idea of multiple histories into one complete unified theory that will describe everything that happens in the universe 2005 1383 326 9649334254 1383 1384 1384 1386 1387 1388 1391 1393 1395 1397 21 1386 225 9789640207604 1387 1388 1390 1384 248 964963304 1392 267 9786005461374 1394 238 9786006774114 1397 1396 266 978600473075. لجمهور من التطورات منذ صدور عدة ملايين نسخة من الكتاب الأكثر رواجا موجز تاريخ الزمن نشر في عام 19. ,
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TELL YOU MUCH ABOUT THE STATEyou much about the state your inner mind your intentions and expectations and will often lead you to a direct confrontation with challenges and problems Your thoughts studied will let you see where you are going They point clearly to the natur Now I read this book cover to cover line by line methodically going back over passages that were challenging line by line got to the last page closed the book and said out loud Nope sorry Steve you lost me there The universe in a bookshell Tehe heavy sigh First of all I expected the Hawking s electronic voice for narrating the audiobook Though it might sound silly I m fond of his uniue voiceAfter his international bestseller A Brief History of Time in 80s he wanted to propagandize the current frontier we re encountering but this time in a brief way The First two chapters serve as a prereuisite for proper understanding Short but very well explained introductory concepts of Einstein Relativity stuffs Maybe because i used to read "a lot of books in that subject I ve read books on relativity than automobile "lot of books in that subject I ve read books on relativity than automobile in which I ve got a bachelor s recentlyWeirdness of uantum Mechanics and its unification attempts with relativity at the initial conditions of the universe Time and extra dimensions for the maintenance of consistencies Some little dip in the chaos theory but too much idea regarding it in this bookSome chapters on his and his colleagues attempts on the formulations of the uantum Gravity theory then evolving into Super Gravity then String theories and eventually m theory atleast for now Eventually is not the correct usageBlackhole information paradox and the concepts of imaginary time are correlated to hinder the optimistic possibilities of Time Travel atleast for now The Paradox is a puzzle resulting from the combination of uantum mechanics and general relativity I feel personally that this Part needs revisiting again Even the simple terms and explanations these are much complex topics undergoing tedious theoritical research currently He also reassures the readers sarcastically that this might be a part of government cover up for Time Travel Conspiracy You get to know only when you get to meet one like HG WellsWhat I can assure is that one could get a better view on string theory based M theory which currently has the higher chance to become the Theory of Everything and the concepts of brane worlds And that is my Review in a Nutshell The purpose of science is not only to answer the most perplexing uestions but also to arouse curiosity in the mind of the readers about the universe While many books on science do give valuable information they fail to achieve the latter purpose as mentioned earlier This book however succeeds in achieving bothThe Universe in a Nutshell is considered as ? من جوائز افنتيس لكتب لعلوم 2002 وقد نال شعبية كبيرة في السوق ويعتبر عموما كتتمه وقد انشئ لتحديث ا. I really enjoyed A Brief History of Time and so was looking forward to The Universe in a Nutshell and its updated material I was hoping it would be a dumbed down version of some of the high end theoretical physics ideas that I haven t had the time or brain cells to keep up withWhile I m sure the content is dumbed down from Stephen Hawking s level most of it is covered at a level and speed that kept it
Out "of My Comprehension To"of my comprehension To honest I find a lot of "my comprehension To be honest I find a lot of theories and ideas very skeptical it almost seems to me that the theories are created and given weight because they might be possible and that s good enough because to prove otherwise is incredibly difficult A part of me no doubt remnants of thinking left there by my college professors downplays my pessimism and wants to believe them at face value In this book I was looking to confirm that part but it ust didn t happen There didn t seem to be any real explanations or support or maybe it was above my head and I zoned out It was simply describing the theories eg M Theory and presenting them as fact We used to call this hand waving in my Physics classes in college like a magician s hand waving as misdirectionThere were a lot of good parts that were interesting and engaging Near the end there was a part on the evolution of life on Earth and humans that was really intriguing It had to do with DNA as a form of evolutionary method of saving data which has now been augmented by humans ability to store information outside of our DNA now And I do now have a better understanding of the framework on some modern theories like multi dimensions that I didn t have before I particularly liked coming to a better understanding of the theory of our perception of reality being a mere projection of 4 dimensions 3d time that derives from a real existence that exists in a 5 dimensional membrane universe much like a 3d object casts a 2d shadow Cool stuffMaybe I Dragonsbane just need a bigger brain Yes I m a dork and in addition to reading grammar books for fun I also read science books I ve been told that Stephen Hawking is not as complicated to read as one might assume While I did learn a lot from this book I also was left with a lot uestions Further the illustrations were either confusing or totally unnecessary I m not going to pretend that I understood most of it but he does raise a few thought provoking points about the future of the human race Plus it s very well written Stephen Hawking stated in The Universe in a Nutshell that our history is filled with infinite potentiality and what we got was due to disturbing the uantum field by our observations Profound I thought and pondered about his theory for months To better understand Dr Hawking s theory I read everything on uantum physics I could understand and a pile of books on the brain Bruce Hood s The Self Illusion was the most helpful Below is what I believe correlates with Hawking s theory It is from the book The Nature of Perso. مختلف المسائل المتصلة إلى نظريه P branes جزء من نظرية الأوتار في ميكانيكا الكمفاز هذا الكتاب بجائز?.