Dal big bang ai buchi neri: Breve storia del tempo
Publish date: 1988
Pages no: 216
Edition language: Italian
A very thought provoking read.I'd love to say I understood everything in this book, but having never taken a physics coarse, there were some things that were difficult for me to understand. However, I think Hawking does a good job of simplifying the information and giving real-world examples that ma...
Definitely one of my favourite books. Simple explanation, enough for a kid like me to understand.It scares me a little though, when I realised how little knowledge we have.Also, I fell in love with Hawking's sense of humour.
Surprisingly accesible, even if I did only understand about 1/4 of it (Quantum Mechanics, Uncertainty Principle, Thermodynamics, they make my eyes cross trying to understand them!) but I at least grasped the major concepts and theories. The personal anecdotes and asides are well placed and a nice br...
Ever since I took up physics in year 11 I have had a love affair with the subject, which is odd since I went on to study an arts/law degree (but that probably had something to do with the fact that I would not have had the staying power to pour all of my energy into helping human knowledge advance t...
Stephen Hawking wielkim naukowcem jest. Za to że (jako naukowiec) wymyślił co wymyślił. Za to że stawia najważniejsze na świecie pytanie – DLACZEGO?. Za to, że potrafi napisać NIE WIEM. Za to, że umie o wszystkich skomplikowanych i dla niewprawionego ucha trudnych do wyobrażenia tematach mówić ludzk...
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