Universul într-o coajă de nucă

Universul ntr o coaj de nuc Dupa Scurta istorie a timpului celebra carte vanduta in milioane de exemplare Stephen Hawking continua sa prezinte publicului din intreaga lume ideile sale alegand pentru Universul intr o coaja de
  • Title: Universul într-o coajă de nucă
  • Author: Stephen Hawking
  • ISBN: 9789735013639
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Universul într-o coajă de nucă
    Dupa Scurta istorie a timpului, celebra carte vanduta in milioane de exemplare, Stephen Hawking continua sa prezinte publicului din intreaga lume ideile sale, alegand pentru Universul intr o coaja de nuca un numar mare de ilustratii prin care sa prezinte cat mai plastic rezultatele obtinute intre timp in fizica fundamentala Stephen Hawking, unul dintre cei mai influenti gDupa Scurta istorie a timpului, celebra carte vanduta in milioane de exemplare, Stephen Hawking continua sa prezinte publicului din intreaga lume ideile sale, alegand pentru Universul intr o coaja de nuca un numar mare de ilustratii prin care sa prezinte cat mai plastic rezultatele obtinute intre timp in fizica fundamentala Stephen Hawking, unul dintre cei mai influenti ganditori contemporani, e cunoscut nu numai pentru ideile sale indraznete, dar si pentru modul clar si plin de spirit in care stie sa le exprime Universul intr o coaja de nuca ne poarta catre frontierele fizicii actuale, acolo unde realitatea e deseori mai stranie decat fictiunea, pentru a explica publicului larg pricipiile care guverneaza universul Peisajul e fantastic particule, suprafete si corzi se misca in unsprezece dimensiuni, gaurile negre se evapora si dispar, luand cu ele taina lor, iar samanta din care s a nascut universul e o infima coaja de nuca Perspectivele pe care Hawking le deschide sunt si ele fabuloase calatoria in timp, viitorul unei omeniri dominate de inteligenta artificiala, soarta finala a universului.
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  • Stephen Hawking

    Stephen William Hawking was born on 8 January 1942 in Oxford, England His parents house was in north London, but during the second world war Oxford was considered a safer place to have babies When he was eight, his family moved to St Albans, a town about 20 miles north of London At eleven Stephen went to St Albans School, and then on to University College, Oxford, his father s old college Stephen wanted to do Mathematics, although his father would have preferred medicine Mathematics was not available at University College, so he did Physics instead After three years and not very much work he was awarded a first class honours degree in Natural Science.Stephen then went on to Cambridge to do research in Cosmology, there being no one working in that area in Oxford at the time His supervisor was Denis Sciama, although he had hoped to get Fred Hoyle who was working in Cambridge After gaining his Ph.D he became first a Research Fellow, and later on a Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College After leaving the Institute of Astronomy in 1973 Stephen came to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and since 1979 has held the post of Lucasian Professor of Mathematics The chair was founded in 1663 with money left in the will of the Reverend Henry Lucas, who had been the Member of Parliament for the University It was first held by Isaac Barrow, and then in 1669 by Isaac Newton.Stephen Hawking has worked on the basic laws which govern the universe With Roger Penrose he showed that Einstein s General Theory of Relativity implied space and time would have a beginning in the Big Bang and an end in black holes These results indicated it was necessary to unify General Relativity with Quantum Theory, the other great Scientific development of the first half of the 20th Century 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 Another conjecture is that the universe has no edge or boundary in imaginary time This would imply that the way the universe began was completely determined by the laws of science.His many publications include The Large Scale Structure of Spacetime with G.F.R Ellis, General Relativity An Einstein Centenary Survey, with W Israel, and 300 Years of Gravity, with W Israel Stephen Hawking has three popular books published his best seller A Brief History of Time, Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays and most recently in 2001, The Universe in a Nutshell There are.pdf and versions of his full publication list.Professor Hawking has twelve honorary degrees, was awarded the CBE in 1982, and was made a Companion of Honour in 1989 He is the recipient of many awards, medals and prizes and is a Fellow of The Royal Society and a Member of the US National Academy of Sciences.Stephen Hawking continues to combine family life he has three children and one grandchild , and his research into theoretical physics together with an extensive programme of travel and public lectures.


  • 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.

  • Un libro muy dif cil pero delicioso Hawking muy Hawking, fiel a su estilo, con una narrativa no demasiado did ctica, con sus toques exc ntricos que me disgustan pero hablando de temas de los que solo l y muy pocos m s, contados con los dedos de la mano, pueden hablar Que una mente as se abra para acercar temas tan controvertidos, interesantes y avanzados como los que trata es para agradecerlo Este es de esos libros que cambian vidas As que Hawking, muchas gracias De verdad.

  • Hawking is an exceedingly clear and occasionally quite funny writer, not easy when the topic is quantum 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 pr [...]

  • 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 quantum 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 quantum 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 [...]

  • First of all, I expected the Hawking s electronic voice for narrating the audiobook Though it might sound silly, I m fond of his unique voice.After 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 prerequisite for proper understanding Short but very well explained introductory concepts of Einstein Relativity stuffs Maybe because i used to read a lot of b [...]

  • 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 questions Further, the illustrations were either confusing or totally unnecessary.

  • I really liked A Brief History of Time much .While it isn t that bad it s actually very good , in comparison with Brief History, it seems only to have many illustrations and fewer thorough explanations.I understand that Hawking tried to write a popular science book with a branching non linear structure without depending heavily on what has been said in the previous chapters, but I don t think that s actually possible At least I honestly doubt it could be done without losing a significant portio [...]

  • 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 with.While 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 be honest I find a lot of modern theories and ideas very skeptical [...]

  • I do not yet have intellect enough to comprehend the entirety of the book However, for the extent I managed to understand, I must say it was incredibly brilliant I didn t begin the book with the expectation of thorough understanding, so there was no disappointment Further, it was actually a relief that I could get a lot of the stuff in the book considering the fact that it is written by Hawking I am glad I gave it a try I will boldly explore science non fiction from now on.As for the writing, hi [...]

  • It was my first ride with Stephen Hawking , and it wasn t bad at all Reading about your UNIVERSE for the first time, in such a detailed explanation for what the writer aims to tell based on his wide knowledge in Quantum mechanics, theoretical physics and cosmology , necessarily requires a knowledgeable reader in the sciences I ve just mentioned so he she wouldn t be perplexed and then, he would get answers for many questions that may flash in his mind.In addition to the diverse information that [...]

  • This is my first time ever audio book It is enjoyable, esspecially because of the voice is calm I am used to listening to scientific materials, most of them in form of debates But listening to an audio book is nothing compared to reading you cannot turn back the page or re read a passage, you cannot make notes with a pencil on the page, you cannot highlight key definitions, aseertions, or conclusions in the text Eye sight is also a much efficient tool in gathering information than the ear.

  • Simply, I love the way of Stephen Hawking in explaining his beliefs and knowledge, I think he s the most smartest man living on earth right now.In every chapter of his books he s showing us a great review about the universe.In this book I was surprised that he can easly explains how biology works as well.My next book written by his is A briefier History of Time

  • Un libro sencillo y din mico Lo disfrut mucho Se aprende acerca de astronom a, f sica, universo, mec nica cu ntica, viajes en el tiempo y evoluci n.

  • Devo ter entendido algo em torno de 30% deste livro, e j achei sensacional.Imagino quem consegue entender tudo

  • My rating is based on how genius SH is and the innovative and complicated theories he is up to explain to a lay audience But definitely my choice of media was not wise as getting this information via an audiobook brought my comprehension to less than 50% If I have the chance to read the illustrated version of the book, I expect to increase my chances of absorbing such fantastic but complicated concepts.

  • It s natural for our minds to wonder beyond the narrow confines of what s known, hence why not take that chance and adhere to your curious streak This illuminating and enlightening book takes one on the most thrilling venture through space and time, wherein extraordinary marvels lie in wait The true genius of Stephen Hawking is something that cannot fail to surprise, as this book is filled with pages of diagrams and fantastically detailed images The complexities, excentricities and ideas of such [...]

  • H i xem Interstellar c m th y v c ng m n nh n, nh ng ch ng c ch t ki n th c g v c c hi n t ng v t l trong phim n n t m l i v n l ch a c m nh n c ho n to n Th l t nh c c m t a b n recomm c quy n n y i, d hi u c c k Quy t nh c quy n n y tr c khi xem l i phim th m l n n a.C c m t ng nh Stephen Hawking vi t cu n s ch n y kh ng d nh cho c c nh v t l l thuy t hay c c nh khoa h c m ch y u d nh cho nh ng c gi nh m nh, nh ng ng i c h ng th mu n t m hi u v nh ng c n b n c a v tr m trong u ch a c ch t ki n [...]

  • This is a kind of follow up for Hawking A Brief History of Time which sold over 10 million copies The idea behind it other than making a lit of money according o the author is to explore some of the topic that were put in late chapters in the aforementioned book that were perhaps not read as well as sharing the later scientific discoveries the first book was published in 1988, this one in 2001.Just as the first book the Hawking writings in general, the book is mostly easy to understand although [...]

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