BRIAN GREENE EL TEJIDO DEL COSMOS PDF
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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. If you want to learn about nature, to appreciate nature, it is necessary to understand the language that she speaks in. Is it also easy to read? Interweaving provocative theories, experiments, and stories with crystal-clear explanations and imaginative metaphors like those that defined the brisn and highly acclaimed series “The Elegant Universe,” “The Fabric of the Cosmos” aims to be the most compelling, visual, and comprehensive picture of modern physics ever seen on television.
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Who would have thought. And your waning interest was a metaphor for quantum non-locality. His book is very readable and he has a great gift of explaining complex subjects with an amazing clarity. But he uses a very familiar and somewhat playful example to illustrate the point.
It’s too late now, and I’m too dumb in too many areas of knowledge but I should have been a theoretical physicist. It feels silly, reading about Einstein and general relativity and getting an example which uses the Kwik-E-Mart, Bart, and Lisa and so forth. Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality Q: At times I did get a bi The book focused mainly on the concepts of space and time, and how they build the universe around us.
– El tejido del cosmos by Brian Greene
The book focused mainly on the concepts of space and time, and how they build the universe around us. Unfortunately, some concepts will be beyond analogy and word craft and require at least a cursory digression of technicalities. This is not a book I would recommend if you are only wanting to be entertained, but I will say this; several times during this read I snapped out a stupor and realized I had been staring off into space, lost in those thoughts of time, space, and reality.
English Choose a language for shopping. 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 some people base their rating and opinion on how much they agree with the science, or how credible they find it.
It made a nice change for me to read a book about a subject I know so little about. Bring back the Cosmological Constant. Multi-dimensions, you mean like people could be living in a dimension almost on top of me that I don’t see because I don’t have access to those dimensions, but one day maybe we could, right?
I did not find all the included graphics helpful, but a few were enormously helpful. A common transgression is to sacrifice accuracy for sensationalism under the misconception that science fiction is the only way to engage the average reader.
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To ask other readers questions about The Fabric of the Cosmosplease sign up. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. You’ve got dark matter, dark energy, the Higgs field prior to the way-too-recent discovery of the Higgs bosoninflationary cosmology.
Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Bring back the Ether, I say. Greene’s writing and willingness to share himself have grown since “The Elegant Universe. Want to Read saving…. Make greeene mistake; it is truly a difficult task to make the revolutionary ideas of hundreds of brilliant people not only digestible, but palatable in fewer than pages.
While the book may be a bit too simple at times, more quantitative detail is available in the notes at the end of the book which I strongly recommend you read, to get more detailand bibliographic references are pretty good.
Sign up to receive offers and updates: I think I learnt some things Any enterprise can create a corporate worldview where what you’re doing assumes a centrality that the rest of humanity might consider either scary or amusing.
Starting with the concept of space and how that’s changed over the years, then time and how that’s changed and now the concept of spacetime, and then the universe itself. Random House will alert you to new works by Or maybe learned about the difficulties still facing scientists when dealing with the subatomic level, and the weirdness of quantum uncertainty and entanglement might have gotten me more interested and wanting to know more in a chemistry class than endlessly learning how to balance electrons between elements or whatever that fruitless exercise was called.
I love science, and even though volumes like this can be a task to get through, I am always left enlightened and amazed at the facts and philosophies of existence and all that it encompasses. Gentle reader, I highly recommend this book. None of the books in my father’s dusty old bookcase were forbidden.
If for any reason your order is not available to ship, you will not be charged. Two unique aspects of this book I haven’t found elsewhere are 1 its focus on space and time and 2 its enthusiasm. Greene’s salient attribute is clarity: