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A Brief History of Time
A Brief History of Time | Stephen Hawking
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A landmark volume in science writing by one of the great minds of our time, Stephen Hawkings book explores such profound questions as: How did the universe beginand what made its start possible? Does time always flow forward? Is the universe unendingor are there boundaries? Are there other dimensions in space? What will happen when it all ends? Told in language we all can understand, A Brief History of Time plunges into the exotic realms of black holes and quarks, of antimatter and arrows of time, of the big bang and a bigger Godwhere the possibilities are wondrous and unexpected. With exciting images and profound imagination, Stephen Hawking brings us closer to the ultimate secrets at the very heart of creation.
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the_Martian
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This is the first book of every science enthusiastic person. This book describes the beginning of time, big bang and how it may end. As Prof Hawking was famous for his black hole hypothesis, hence more about that singularity is being explained in a reader friendly way.

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PurpleyPumpkin
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This is my first book finished for the #BooklyReadathon. It‘s been on my #tbr for years, so I‘m glad that I finally got around to reading it! Can‘t say I fully understood it, but it was interesting. I feel like I‘ll have to do several rereads for all that info to really sink in. Another one for my #BookBucketList! 4/5⭐️

UwannaPublishme Yay! You‘re really putting a big dent in your TBRs! 13mo
PurpleyPumpkin @UwannaPublishme This really has been a great reading year for me. I just reached my Goodreads goal of 52 books, so it‘s all extra from here. 👍🏽 Hope you‘re doing well my friend!💜 13mo
UwannaPublishme Wow! Way to go! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Ramona is helping me get closer to my goal of 50 books. 😊🤞🏻 13mo
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SpeculativeFemale
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No one can explain how important the changes around a single #second can be quite as well as Hawking.

#QuotsyAug21 @TK-421

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nar.ion
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MsMelissa
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Some much needed #bookmail arrived today. I‘ve been doing my best to significantly curtail my book buying habits, but I bought these with a gift card so they don‘t count (oh, and don‘t let @LeahBergen try to convince you my efforts will fail 😂).

My mug reflects my mood today - can we hurry up and establish colonies on the moon and Mars? I‘ve just about had enough of this planet (well, at least some of the people on it) 🪐🌔✨

Ruthiella Gift card purchases totally don‘t count! 😀 2y
Read-y_Picker I love that mug! And fully agree with @Ruthiella 2y
MsMelissa @Ruthiella @Read-y_Picker My husband doesn‘t agree 😂 He says they count because they still take up space. 2y
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LeahBergen 😂😂 No, gift cards don‘t count (as I have one to spend at my local indie 😆). And preorders from last year also don‘t count (as I have 4 of them). 😂 2y
Read-y_Picker @LeahBergen 🏆 🏆 enabler lol 2y
LeahBergen @Read-y_Picker My work here is done. 😆 2y
Cathythoughts Great mug 👍🏻❤️love it 2y
MsMelissa @LeahBergen I‘m very glad you are cutting me (and yourself) slack on the pre-orders 😂 (edited) 2y
MsMelissa @Cathythoughts Thank you 😊 2y
vivastory I completely agree with @leahbergen & I'm sure this has absolutely nothing to do with the Barnes and Noble bag in the car next to me 📚📚😂 2y
MsMelissa @vivastory Do tell us what you bought 😊 @leahbergen 2y
vivastory I ordered Plain Bad Heroines, but declined it because it was damaged. I did buy the illustrated edition of Storm of Swords, Sixth Extinction, Darius the Great is Not Okay, the olive edition of Future Home of the Living God, the new Nesbo & Sharks in the Time of Saviors 2y
MsMelissa @vivastory Very nice!! That‘s a serious haul 📚📚 2y
LeahBergen @vivastory Dang! You did some damage! 😂 2y
vivastory @Book_Fiend_Melissa @leahbergen Just doing my part for the economy 😂 2y
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Danielle145
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💛💛💛💛 Absolutely fascinating read. Although I couldn't get my head around a good portion of the book, I feel I have a better understanding about the big questions. It makes you realise just how small and insignificant we really are in the grade scale of the universe.

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zurazureen
A Brief History of Time | Stephen Hawking
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As much as we discovered about the universe, the more we don't know about it

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Lauren_reading
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Mehso-so

I listened to this book on audio and it‘s one of those books that make you realize how much you don‘t know and how some people think about and wonder about things that never even cross my mind.

I didn‘t understand a lot in this book, but man..when I did understand something it felt great!

Jari-chan I like your last sentence - I feel the same about this book 😁 2y
nanuska_153 I join @Jari-chan on her comment 2y
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TheSpineView
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The first book that came to mind was A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. I think because it has been on my mind to read in the next few months. It is one of the books that has been on my TBR list the longest.
#DailyTarot @Annie1215

Want to play? @wanderinglynn @eggs @Crazeedi @EadieB @JoScho @MoonWitch94

Annie1215 This one is on my TBR too! I‘m so fascinated by it - but a little intimidated lol. Thanks for playing! 2y
MoonWitch94 Thanks for the tag! 💗 2y
wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! 😘 And great choice of book. 👍🏻 2y
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Eggs Thanks for the tag ❣️ 2y
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TheSpineView
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#3Books ...at the bottom of my TBR list

@OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

These are books I own a physical copy and have been on my list the longest. For some reason I keep putting these off, though I do want to read them.

Ladygodiva7 You will...when the time is right! I got several that I‘ve had for couple decades..... 2y
TheSpineView @Ladygodiva7 I know I will read them at some point. 2y
OriginalCyn620 📚👍🏻📚 2y
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bookish_wookish
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Good save Thriftbooks, good save.

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TheSpineView
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#SeptemberSenses @Eggs
Prompt: Time or Timing

I have had this book on my shelves at least ten years. One of these days I will read it.😋

Eggs I need to read this... 2y
Read-y_Picker I often find myself thinking of the party he threw, for which he sent invites only after the event in hopes that people from the future would attend once they'd invented means to travel through time. I like to imagine that a coalition of time-travellers actively decided not to attend considering that the confirmation of that technology would alter the course of history. I wonder if Hawking considered that as well.
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meghathecloud @Read-y_Picker Now, I am wondering how a coalition of time travellers will communicate with its members🤔 2y
Read-y_Picker @meghathecloud We will likely never know ... lol 2y
TheSpineView @Eggs I keep saying I'll get to it.😂 2y
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RedJhon
A Brief History of Time | Stephen Hawking
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If I'm pissed at someone for something they did in the past, would it be a passage through thermodynamic arrow of time or psychological arrow or both?

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erinachu
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Book report!
🎧 A Brief History of Time - Completed
🎧 Eragon - Only listened to 45 minutes of this book before #bookspinbonanza started.
📚 A Storm of Swords - 16.5% completed. Putting on hold for this month (as much as it pains me).
🎧 Zodiac - #bookspin 31.4% completed. Really liking it!

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erinachu
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A book of nonfiction. Glad I could get this one checked off on my bingo!

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erinachu
A Brief History of Time | Stephen Hawking
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For a non-fiction, physics book, this was really good. The ending was a bit bland and I couldn't follow it but overall, a good book.
⭐⭐⭐

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erinachu
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Bookreport!
📚Serious Moonlight - Completed and LOVED 😍
🎧A Brief History of Time - 74% read. The ending is a bit dull, as I have not learned any of these physics concepts and they're not helping me understand my fiancee's research.
📚A Storm of Swords - 11% read and LOVING. If I keep this pace, I'll finish the book in 42 more days!
#40miles20hours is not going so well. I only did 30 minutes and 1.4 miles this week.

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erinachu
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#40miles20hours first day of walking for this challenge! 🎧📚😃

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erinachu
A Brief History of Time | Stephen Hawking
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Thought I would give the weekly forecast a try 😁
Current reads: Serious Moonlight and A Brief History of Time. Up next: A Storm of Swords and Eragon 😍

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Blaire
A Brief History of Time | Stephen W. Hawking
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Taking a self-care break this rainy grey morning to read at my favorite bookstore before running errands and shuttling kids around. I‘ve been making an effort to get a mug instead of a to-go cup and it feels more relaxing. #selfcare #gloomymonday

Cinfhen Self care ❤️ 3y
GatheringBooks i always prefer a mug and request for it over a to-go cup. :) 3y
BiblioLitten 💜 3y
kspenmoll So nice! Good for you! 3y
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TheEllieMo
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Hawking had a more optimistic view of the human race than I do, tbh....

#System #QuotsyNov19 @TK-421

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Jari-chan
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Mehso-so

Even though I had quite some difficulties with this book (Hello, dyscalculia!), I did learn a few things by reading this book. I enjoyed the chapter about time travel and finally know for real what micro waves are.

But all in all Hawking writes for another audience than I am. I'm just an interested layman with little knowledge. People who just started getting into physics I'd recommend Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Hawking later on.

Buechersuechtling Kudos that you made it through‼️👏🏼 What you describe matches exactly my own experience. I have a wonderful edition of this book so I would be really happy to read it. I tried several times very hard but each time needed to give up soon because I just understood – nothing. I‘d really _love_ to read this book but reading without understanding makes no sense. Pun unintended. But, yeah, literally. 😇 3y
Jari-chan @Buechersuechtling Thumbs up for keeping trying! 👍 I'm sure you'll finish and understand it one day 😊 3y
Vivlio_Gnosi Did you learn anything new by gutting it out? #grind💪 3y
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Jari-chan
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My #cozy spot. It's all about reading. What a surprise 😁

#Fallisbooked

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TK-421
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“Ever since the dawn of civilization, people have not been content to see events as unconnected and inexplicable. They have craved an understanding of the underlying order in the world. Today we still yearn to know why we are here and where we came from. Humanity's deepest desire for knowledge is justification enough for our continuing #quest. And our goal is nothing less than a complete description of the universe we live in.” #QuotsySept19

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TheEllieMo
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I promise myself I will read this one day....

#History #RedRoseSeptember
@Cinfhen
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arlenefinnigan I just don't think I'd understand any of it. 3y
TheEllieMo @arlenefinnigan that‘s why I haven‘t read it, not sure I‘d understand any of it either! 3y
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keepingupwiththepenguins
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Mehso-so

A Brief History of Time will be great if you‘re after an introduction to the fundamentals of hard science and cosmology, and you‘re determined enough (slash clever enough) to persist through dry writing. If you‘d rather have a laugh with a light read and you‘re not taking the subject too seriously, maybe check out A Short History of Nearly Everything instead. Full review: http://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/a-brief-history-of-time-stephen-hawking/

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alexa_d
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"I'm not being lazy, I'm obeying the 2nd law of thermodynamics and maintaining ordered energy."

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alexa_d
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TheSpineView
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#JulyColdPlay @Eggs
#TheScientists

I have had this book for at least 4 years and have still not read it.

lahousewyfe We've moved our copy across the country. I'm pretty sure we've owned it for at least 15 years. Never read. It did move from the bookshelf to the coffee table when he died tho. 😳 3y
TheSpineView @lahousewyfe 😍😍😍 3y
Eggs Well done 3y
the-woman-who-read-everything I hope you enjoy it! I thought it was pretty accessible for such a complicated subject. 3y
TheSpineView @the-woman-who-read-everything 😊 3y
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Andrew65
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A day to remember the ‘muse‘ and genius that was Stephen Hawking. #SuperMassiveBlackHole #AnglophileApril

Reviewsbylola Stephen Hawking is the man of the hour today!! 4y
emilyhaldi 🙌🏻 4y
Cinfhen TRUTH @Reviewsbylola but all I can think about is Sheldon Cooper 😂😂😂 4y
Andrew65 @Cinfhen As I was typing this I was thinking about Stephen‘s appearance on The Big Bang Theory. 😂 4y
Mdargusch I remember when he did that! 😂 4y
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jenniferw88
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🎶 When are you going to get me out of this black hole? 🎶

#neverever #AnglophileApril @Cinfhen @Mdargusch @Reviewsbylola @emilyhaldi

emilyhaldi Clever 😉🌌 4y
Mdargusch Great tie in! 4y
Reviewsbylola Good connection! 4y
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TheSpineView
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#literaryluck @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @vkois88
#disabilities

Stephen Hawking is the first person that came to mind. He definitely didn't let his disability impede his work.

vkois88 Such a fascinating person 4y
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Christinak
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The origin of the name is an enigmatic quotation from James Joyce: “Three quarks for Muster Mark!” The word quark is supposed to be pronounced like quart, but with a k at the end instead of a t, but is usually pronounced to #rhyme with lark.
#QuotsyMar19
#31DaysOfNonFiction

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LondElle89
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I promised myself that for 2019 I would choose challenge myself as a reader. That means reading books that are out of my comfort zone. Stephen Hawking's bestselling book is one of those books. Science was never my strong suit in school, but I do love science documentaries and I always wanted to read Hawking. I understood about 65% of the book, I had to look up a few things, but I feel I have learned a bit. 3/5 stars.

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JanePratt
A Brief History of Time | Stephen W. Hawking
Mehso-so

A lot of this was over my head. I found myself back tracking a lot. Very informative though! I know know that I knew absolutely nothing about the universe and barely know anything now 😂

kelli7990 I haven‘t read this but it sounds interesting. 4y
JanePratt It is VERY interesting. I have never read a book that used "however" so much in my life though. Lol 4y
SqueakyChu I just tried reading this book, but I gave up when I realized I wasn‘t understanding anything. Now I‘m not sure whether to give this book away or to try it again at a later date. 4y
JanePratt @SqueakyChu I had to stop and reread a lot. I am glad I rented it from the library instead of buying it though! 4y
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JanePratt
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There is something about reading this book that reminds me how spectacular everything is beyond this planet.

How spectacular and how completely terrifying.

As humans I feel like we often forget how almost insignificant we truly are outside of Earth. Learning more with every page I read!

Soubhiville Hi there! Welcome to Litsy! I hope you‘ll love it. 4y
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JanePratt @Hope_a thank you! I absolutely adore it. I love seeing others perspective s on books! 4y
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bookish_wookish
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Got these two from Thriftbooks! Since i can never seem to get through them in time from the library, i just went ahead and bought them. 😊

BookwormAHN Stalking Jack The Ripper is really good 😺 4y
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TheSpineView
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#readingresolutions @jess7

Prompt: Scientist

ValPenny I think My grasp of Physics was too tenuous to do this book justice! 😳 4y
TheSpineView @ValPenny Same here. 4y
ValPenny @TheSpineView 😂🤣😂 4y
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Suchethaaahh
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Prime Reading!
More books to read! The universe needs to give only more time in a day!

Btw, is Litsy fan of Comics?

#ILikeComics
#BookLover

#xoxoAllTheWayFromIndia

Mae_1 I just discovered Prime Reading... I like the magazines available, too 4y
Suchethaaahh @Mae_1 Yes Magazines and Comics 💃❤ 4y
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TheNeverendingTBR
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Today's pick-up of the interesting variety, for 50p! 😁

RinaBrahmbhattBarot It's a great book 4y
Zelma I remember when everyone had this one their shelves. 4y
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Astroneman
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Trashcanman I struggled, he's not a good writer I.m.o. Not as accessible as I thought, don't understand all the praise. 4y
Astroneman I had this kind of problem, I didn't understand all The explanations.... @Trashcanman (edited) 4y
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Lirochacamarao
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Mehso-so

Amazing book for those who want do discover and understand were the planet came from, and how the universe was created and how he works.
Hawking makes a "bridge" from is theories to another famous ones, like theories from Einstein, Newton or Galileo. It also presents theories from other famous scientists. Although professor Hawking as a great sense of humor and a good way to explain things, sometimes the book gets too technical.

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Jamesfahyauthor
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I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road. - Stephen Hawking

Cathythoughts 😊❤️ 4y
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BestDogDad
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Hawking tackles mind-blowing subjects such as: the origin of the universe, elementary particles, black holes, the fate of the universe, the concept of time, worm holes, time travel, and the unification of theories of physics. The 2017 version includes an updated forward and an appendix with updates of some of the topics covered in the main text. These include: dark energy, the multiverse,and gravitational waves. Science geeks will love this book!

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BestDogDad
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I know Hawking was a fellow atheist and did not have a death bed conversation so I‘m a bit taken aback at his numerous referrals to a god with a capital G.

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BestDogDad
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My brain was melted for 180 pages but now I see where he‘s going with this. 🧐

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MatchlessMarie
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No, not that Michael Jackson. I‘m as disappointed as you. 😅 #AMillionYearsAgo #AdelesMayMashup

vkois88 😂😂😂 5y
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Graywacke
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To be honest, I‘m not sure I really followed and I‘m not sure that the parts I had trouble with were actually difficult. I just seemed to always be teetering just on the edge of just understanding, which only really works if I‘m memorizing everything. And, well, maybe once years ago... 👇👇

Graywacke
I like the the idea of space time plotted as a globe where the big bang is one pole, like the north pole, and the other pole is the big crunch and so there is no edge, just a continuum of physics. Except the universe expansion is accelerating, which means that‘s maybe not the right image.
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sloanghost I feel like this series is very much...an experimental narrative structure, and those can be fascinating while also not being necessarily accessible or pleasant to read. But that's a fun thing to dip into now and again because it's gripping and thought provoking in that way! 5y
Graywacke @sloanghost yes, definitely thought provoking! I know he took out all the equations (except e=mc^2). And I wonder if in some cases it actually made the book less accessible. 5y
sloanghost WHY HAVE YOU DONE THIS 5y
Graywacke @sloanghost Moi? Hawking? 5y
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BestDogDad
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Yet, 2,358 years later, the “flat-earthers” are growing in number. 😦

saresmoore Scary, isn‘t it? I actually read On the Heavens in college and really enjoyed it. 5y
BestDogDad @saresmoore Oops. It is! I should read that also. It‘s amazing how smart people were back then, using only observation and intuition. (And it‘s amazing how modern folk can remain so close-minded and ignorant.) 5y
saresmoore My thoughts exactly. I‘ve been working through ancient history with my daughters and (appalling brutality aside) they made some pretty incredible scientific advances, even in spite of using religion as the catch-all explanation for things that didn‘t make sense. Now we understand so much more and yet live in an “alternative facts” world? It‘s mind-boggling! 5y
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Graywacke
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If you can read that, what it essentially says is that the background microwave radiation in our universe is the light emitted from the big bang. It‘s just been red-shifted out of the visual spectrum into lower frequency microwaves. Have to admit, I never really understood just how cool that is.

Swe_Eva Grasping it as well is very cool indeed! 😎 5y
Bookwomble I never understood why this book was considered difficult - it seemed plain to me until my kids both did physics degrees, and I came to realise how little I knew and how much simplifying Hawking had done 😊 5y
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Graywacke @Bookwomble Smart kids. Certainly true. Hawking‘s art here is in how he simplifies. (I checked CMB in Wikipedia and things got immediately far more complicated.) 5y
SqueakyChu What a great book to be reading now.! What is red-shifted? Is that just moving from a visible spectrum to an invisible one? I‘m going to love following your remarks on this book! (edited) 5y
Graywacke @SqueakyChu it fits my mood, for whatever reason. An attempt at red-shifted: Visible light is electromagnetic waves with frequencies in the visible range. Red is the lowest frequency we can see. Lower then red, the waves are invisible. When the wave energy source moves away from you, the frequency gets lower (doppler effect). Light shifts from higher to lower frequencies, from blues to reds (and lower). That is red-shift. 5y
SqueakyChu So as the energy source moves away, at some point it will become invisible because its frequency decreases? I knew there was a reason I never became a physicist! 😃 5y
SqueakyChu I always depend on DrNeutron (Jim) on LT to help me out with these kinds of questions! 😊 5y
SqueakyChu Is this a book that someone who feared Physics as a subject should ever try to tackle? I found Stephen Hawking as a person just fascinating, though. 5y
Graywacke @SqueakyChu ha! Yeah, you should find a better source than me. !! It‘s actually more complicated than how I put it. The Cosmic Microwave Background has red-shift because the universe is expanding, expanding their wavelength... 5y
SqueakyChu @Graywacke If I recall correctly, I think DrNeutron did a tutored read on this book. I‘m going to check for it now... 5y
SqueakyChu I can‘t find it. Maybe I was just imagining it... 5y
RaimeyGallant I am going to read this. I am going to read this. I am going to read this. 5y
Graywacke @RaimeyGallant 🤣 Optimism! 5y
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