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This book easily teaches you star hopping, altitude azimuth and right ascension declination. But for years readers have asked for a more accessible formulation of its key concepts—the nature of space and time, the role of God in creation, and the history and future of the universe. He thinks the problem with Hawking’s book is that it was actually too brief: A Briefer History of Time.

But this book is great. From the Hardcover edition.

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If you listen carefully, you can also pick up cosmic noise, which is, in fact, the glow of microwave radiation from the early formation of the universe. A self-help manual, and a rigorous analysis of the psychology of motivation.


I took hhistory courses in Calculus 35 years ago but Hawking requires no knowledge of any higher math for the reader to enjoy a terrific read. This eleven year old feels he has learned tons, and wants to read hasking over and over because it is so fascinating. Byroughly one copy existed for every people on the planet.

As Einstein points out, briefef may be relative, but mine’s more valuable than yours. A Brief History of Time: Find, identify, shoot and process the 50 best astrophotography targets in the night sky. The book sat in the bestseller lists for weeks and was translated into 40 languages. Like spacetime itself, Stephen Hawking seemed to appear from nowhere and expand rapidly to fill the publishing universe.

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I’ve spent years trying to wrap my head around black holes. From the Big Bang to Black Holes.

Hawking’s gift to the reading world was to spell out the same big and hugely puzzling questions, in words that ended with a note of hope. The Universe in a Nutshell. Paul Davies, a theoretical physicist with a string of popular books – among them About Time, and God and the New Physics – thinks the greatest service of Hawking to science has been to make the public acknowledge that scientists have as much authority to address the great questions of existence as poets, novelists and playwrights.


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