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A Brief History of Time: From Big Bang to Black Holes

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A Brief History of Time: From Big Bang to Black Holes’ poses some interesting and unanswered questions, like if there had been any beginning of time or if time can run backwards or if there is any boundary to the universe itself. Stephen Hawking, the great scientist and theoretical physicist, tries to answer it all by drawing theories of the entire cosmos from Albert Einstein to Newton. In doing so, he also sheds considerable light on the dark secrets that still reside at the heart of time and space.

This book takes the readers on a journey into the depth of cosmos right from the big bang theory, through the nature of forces and the world of string theory in physics, to the different forces that constitute the universe itself, summed up as the theory of everything.

Although a seemingly huge subject, Hawking tickles the mind of the inquisitive readers through his simple yet eloquent language of physics and mathematics and has even the non-scientific reader get attracted to the enormous universe and working of the cosmos.

By drawing analogies of Copernicus, Sagan, Kepler and Einstein, among others, who unfurled the science of universe to the common people, Stephen Hawking has yet managed to bring important topics wormholes and black holes into the discussion of common people.

 

40 reviews for A Brief History of Time: From Big Bang to Black Holes

  1. Sandeep Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History Of Time has covered the distant shores of scientific history from Copernicus to Einstein and explains the developments and discoveries that have happened till date and how these theories have contributed in expanding our knowledge behind the origin of space, time and universe.

  2. Jignesh Pandav (Verified Purchase)

    Accompanying the insights provided by this book with spirited imaginations , you’ll get a feel of how far the human intellectual threshold has been pushed from the beginning of scientific revolution and it’s new dimensions that have made somewhat trivial the original framework of human reasoning about nature philosophy .

  3. Samim Sk (Verified Purchase)

    This book is definitely capable of opening one’s mind and can possibly answers deep old questions that one might have. This work of Dr Hawking is absolutely a delight to read as it will take you for a ride into the whimsical universe. The book will surely enlighten some questions that you’ll be more glad to pursue throughout his writing. What not to say.. This is A Must read especially for the one who still carry in him a child like curiosity.

  4. amandeep kaur (Verified Purchase)

    Wonderful Book, was made available by old bookdepot on the best price and in best quality. If you want to understand the nuances and intricacies of the universe and galaxies then this is the perfect book. Written in a language that even a layman can understand, makes this book simply one of the best books written so far. This is a must read for every science buff.

  5. Rahul Gaan (Verified Purchase)

    A brief history of time… What a fascinating book! This is probably the first time I read through an entire book where I only understood a fraction of what was explained, due to my limited understanding on the topic. In other circumstances I would have left it incomplete. However with this gem, it made me wonder about various principles I had heard about in high school, and search for some cool videos online explaining them in an easy to understand language.

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