By Stephen Hawking, Leonard Mlodinow
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHORS
The technological know-how vintage made extra accessible
• extra concise • Illustrated
FROM essentially the most amazing MINDS OF OUR TIME COMES A e-book THAT CLARIFIES HIS most vital IDEAS
Stephen Hawking’s all over the world bestseller A short background of Time continues to be a landmark quantity in clinical writing. yet for years readers have requested for a extra obtainable formula of its key concepts—the nature of area and time, the position of God in construction, and the historical past and way forward for the universe. A Briefer background of Time is Professor Hawking’s response.
Although “briefer,” this ebook is way greater than an insignificant rationalization of Hawking’s prior paintings. A Briefer heritage of Time either clarifies and expands at the nice topics of the unique, and files the most recent advancements within the field—from string idea to the hunt for a unified conception of all of the forces of physics. Thirty-seven full-color illustrations improve the textual content and make A Briefer heritage of Time an exciting and must-have addition in its personal correct to the good literature of technology and ideas.
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