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Seeing as Sawyer wrote his novel first back in and The Fabric of the Cosmos was written inI can only suspect that Greene was, er, inspired if you will to use it. And he doesn’t assume that once he’s outlined a concept, you will automatically recall its fosmos three days later.
Author Brian Green is to be commended for his brilliant attempt to communicate the intricacies of particle physics, general and special relativity, the Big Bang, quantum mechanics and, yes–even string theory–to the interested lay person. Fisica de lo imposible Spanish Edition.
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English Choose a language for shopping. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. I just made a slight at pop-science and that is hypocritical of me, it’s really the I like to talk shit about science sometimes.
The Fabric of the Cosmos by Brian Greene: Social responsibility Did you know that sinceBiblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America? Dec 24, Tony rated it really liked it Shelves: His use of analogy to elucidate arcane concepts is spot on even when especially when the comparison seems initially off the wall.
It’s too late now, and I’m too dumb in too many areas of knowledge but I should have been a theoretical physicist.
Sure, Brian Greene might understand physics but can he roll a joint while driving his car with his knee? Brian talks at length about the shortcomings of the Big Bang theory, and explains how the theory of inflation may answer hreene of its more frustrating issues, such as the flatness problem.
The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality
I can rap about three-branes, the Many Comsos hypothesis and impress my friends with my knowledge of the eleven spacetime dimensions. See, right there, when your brain registered the p-word, a black hole of anxiety opened up in the pit of your stomach from which nothing can escape. Fortunately, Brian Greene leaves the math for the ‘Notes’ section in the back of this book while describing through analogies and sel, and logical, well-written historical vignettes about the key physics discoveries by famous physicists which illuminate the nature of space and time.
Some parts are downright poetic and they uncover the easily missed romance and excitement of scientific discovery. Even though most people know that Albert Einstein would propose his groundbreaking theories of relativity in the early s, until Greene gets to that part of the story, this reader was genuinely concerned about the troublesome relationship between absolute space and time.
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El tejido del cosmos
His idea of the everything just being One at first glance is so silly. Oh, everything is interconnected with vibrating strings. The book focused mainly on the concepts of space and time, and how they build the universe around us. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. The Fabric of the Cosmos: One important way a theory is tested is to use it to make predictions in the physical world and Quantum Theory has been called far and away the most successful predictive theory in science.
But sometime soon after my immediate annoyance at these kinds of meaningless games something clicked in me and I started to try to think through what Parmenides could mean by the whole universe being an unchanging, undivisible, timeless thing. Jan 12, Larry Webber rated it really liked it. If you’ve read The Elegant Universeyou don’t really hejido a whole lot of new knowledge, except that this book is less about string theory and more about cosmology. You are left with only a part of the picture.
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Even cosmic inflation seems to have inflated the universe to a ridiculous extent in the first nanosecond of the universe. While I have read a fair few popular science books — especially in the areas of physics and cosmology, areas I find utterly fascinating and about which I am perplexed that anyone can not be astounded and beguiled — I have to assume that I am reading a fair explanat Glancing at the reviews for Brian Greene’s overview of how we view the stuff of which our universe is made, it seems that cel people base their rating and opinion on how much they agree with the science, or how credible they find it.
After all, trying to understand quantum physics is something my brain just isn’t wired to do.
Most of the esoteric stuff is banished to the footnotes, which are well worth reading–and I suppose I should be happy that it’s there at all, since most books on modern science are written with Hawking’s Editor’s Law in mind: I now have a much firmer grasp of what is meant by extra dimensions never easy to visualize and I was blown away by the thought that the universe probably resembles a Pringles potato chip, when I had always just assumed it must be balloon-like. Hey, thanks Pfizer for helping make me a drug addict!
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This discussion will of course still not satisfy those who have an in-depth understanding of the science involved, but I don’t think they are the target group of this book in the first place. This is a good book, in part.