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Rating: 4 out of 5 with 31 ratings
4 / 5 Jacklyn
Formed: Hardcover are not the physicist, so only of 75 years retiree with an interest in science. I have read all are Carroll books and Something Deeply Hid is to good sure his piece of control. A book explains in an intelligible way the deeply complex theory and any one interested in as the physical world can do will enjoy it immensely. To good sure the pocolos physical theorists will take subject with some of the details of a book but partorisca to to the people like to of them is the masterpiece. Thank you, it Is Carroll, partorisca step external of an academic bubble and taking a time partorisca entertain and inform a rest of us (again!).
5 / 5 Wonda
Formed: Hardcover With which Joe Rogan the podcast has felt thank you partorisca choose up and read Carroll is taken. A tongue of money of Shawn Carroll transfers a lot well to text. This in spite of, if the tongue of money, and the writing of good book is a lot afterwards more the truth that the writing of the bad book and the light stutter will leave to some experts.
5 / 5 Gabriela
Formed: Kindle the edition rids Excellent. Highly recommended partorisca these readers have interested in some philosophical implications of quantum theory.
5 / 5 Cinderella
Formed: Hardcover A title is partorisca quote he of Einstein, developed in an end of a book. Carroll Is in the side of Einstein in an Einstein adds-Bohr debate in a meaning and completeness of quantum theory. It classifies of.

Carroll Writes well, mostly. It is the fluent author and has a virtue partorisca surpass of conceptual clarity. Ossia The book in concepts: the conceptual analysis and that some equations are by train partorisca say. This does well in a start where spent a material in the typical undergraduate run, falters later when it speaks theory of quantum field, and stutters in an end, where he sketch a program of investigation partorisca derive spatial time of Hilbert space.

The one who is these stops of book ? No a layperson - is too unfamiliar, too much conceptually abstract and dense. It is partorisca people those who know quantum mechanics - a mathematics and some calculations - present those who comprise some cars but, likes all the world-wide more, fight partorisca comprise that it is by train partorisca say roughly a universe he. A mathematics does not mention underpins some concepts is enthusiastic to articulate and habladura around.

Is persuasive in an a lot of-interpretation of worlds, mostly because it looks plausible to begin a wave-function of a universe-like this-a-holistic-establishment. It is in of the aches to signal was that a MWI is really any plus of that: austere quantum theory.

Is excellent in it decoherence works, that gives the clear conceptual overview. You owe that it covered it to it solapamientos and entangled states in your QM run - and to have has thought roughly he - to really take that it is saying, this in spite of. It writes it likes him he is quite clear but is not .

Have to some walks out of this book a Everettian? Carroll Does the very strong chance for this on all has joined other his - critical interpretations sometimes feel likes fish of shoot in the barrel. It is convincing that we would have to that conceptualise QM as if a MWI was true.

But is a universe really the state vector in the big-Hilbert dimensional space? With our spacetime familiarised that the classical looks something surfaces? An emergent reality of entropic-entanglement (of here locality and metric) and then local sampling of this like this-Hilbert structured spatial?

Any one knows. It can be good .. But some investigations is not in.

And then has a lacunae. An origin of a regular model is nowhere has mentioned. It can all is quantum fields - but likes to take the quantum fields have separated for all some different closed and bosons?

My conclusion: each physical undergraduate would owe that read this book. All some questions have roughly the theory like quantum is dipped joint (the mapea of a territory in fact) and like all relates to an experience of universe is spoken honradamente here. They will not find those issues directed in class or in his textbooks.

Also will appreciate the one who stop does not comprise in a fundamentals of a theory and roughly reality he. The quantum gravity is still, more probably, a saint grail. But in an absence of significant experiences (the collider plans no really helps) the solid progress is likely to remain prisoner.
4 / 5 Candace
Formed: Hardcover An excellent book that justifies an A lot of-interpretation of Worlds of quantum mechanics, and exploring his implications so much in of the terms of sympathetic a class of reality prpers find in, and like the tool partorisca developing the theory of quantum gravity.

Taking the negative point out of a way in the first place, a Kindle the edition has some a lot, subjects much smaller: it do not have to that the numbers of page at the side 'locations' as some other books , as you can very easily inform any those who has a hard copy to the particular passage. Footnotes Is managed inconsistently; they look in an end of the each chapter, and the majority also can be dress like this pop-ups when they are clicked, but one or two so only take to a final page of a chapter when calm that, so that it loses your place.

When Any in the first place listens A lot of Worlds, could feel that positing an existence of countless parallel, mostly worlds of not interacting is unnecessarily complicated, when has alternative interpretations of QM that do so only well without them. Like Shows of author, this in spite of, an existence of the A lot of worlds are not assumed in fact in an A lot of interpretation of Worlds; they are consequences partorisca take quantum mechanics in value of face. This is to reflect in a way an author presents an A lot of interpretation of Worlds, under the different name, and convincingly contests that it is a simple plus , model more austere of QM possible, first to develop his consequences.

An author revises some other interpretations of quantum mechanics in Chapter 9, and looks to give them the listened so only.

I a lot of chapters have answered questions that it have been forming he so that it read a leading chapter; some looks of author to do the really good work to anticipate that it can confuse a reader (or has done at least in my chance).

While a text is not too technical, an author any lie or oversimplify: where simplifies, his often accompanied for the clear footnote. They are not the physicist, although has an academic fund and has studied previously some QM, and has not felt never too stray while reading. Of this standpoint, think that this book would be enjoyable to both physicists and the otherwise interested and intelligent readers. I ask if some the spatial plus could be be give to explain sure concepts. P. p.ej., A text repeatedly informs to Hilbert spaces, and am not sure never is has defined properly.

Partly 3, a book has described that the spacetime can surface of the class of entanglement coverage of part of a Universe wavefunction. It have listened of a first idea, in of the imprecise terms, this spacetime could be emergent, and had found an idea quite confusing. It was pleasantly surprised to avert of this book with the plausible (if obviously incomplete/cartoon) comprising of as this could do.

A thing I really enjoy in this book is an apparent incredulity of an author in of the generations of physicists those who was apparently uninterested in some foundations of pertinent/interpretation of quantum mechanics. While it recognises that has had abundance to do a lot foundational of entity to be done, takings a sense that sees this view like the class of shirking of the authorship to comprise of a physical reality, any forecast of just mark in his behaviour.

In general, an excellent book that I certainly read again.
5 / 5 Kiley
Formed: Hardcover With which reading this, I finally 'take' an a lot of interpretation of worlds of Quantum Mechanics. Which is not necessarily partorisca say that I buy it, but finally comprise like this directs a question of measure.

The majority of explanations of different interpretations of QM tends partorisca say something to the long of some lines of 'in an interpretation of Copenaghen (or De Broglie-Bohm, or Penrose, or...) Some collapses of wave function, while in an a lot of interpretation of worlds some breakings of universes.'

This mine looked always to simply turn a question of 'that does a wave function knows when partorisca block' to an equally unhelpful question of 'that does a universe knows when partorisca leave'.

After reading this book, finally take that this question loses a point. Highly recommended.
5 / 5 Carlos
Formed: Kindle the edition has been that looks forward to this book partorisca the year and he am not disappointed. Partorisca Cover a history of QM by means of the odd of QM and then a lot so only giving a chance partorisca A lot of Worlds but also covering some other main interpretations. If you are in accordance with A lot of Worlds or does not have to that buy this book wants to comprise QM and that it is really that goes in in some blockades of basic edifice of a universe.
4 / 5 Irma
They are the defender of pop-ski the books that has there is enjoyed recently to to the books like esix Of Easy Pieces' for Richard Feynman, 'A Zoo of Particle' for Gavin Hesketh and esality Is not That it is Looks : A Travesía the Quantum Gravity' for Carlos Rovelli.

This book has been the disappointment , or perhaps included worse: an annoyance!

Has not been if it is an author or a subject @@@subject. Already I have the quite a lot comprising of ours dress current of Quantum Physics and I my best to come to this book and a soycualesquier Theory of Worlds with an open alcohol.

Some claims of author A lot of Worlds proponents is taking which is resulted an almost taboo subject: sympathetic 'the MEANING of Quantum world'. It complains that for the long time a practice accepted in a world of physics has been to simply accept the reliability and incredible accuracy of the quantum theory and the only plants arrive and Calculate' without looking deeper. It alleges A lot of Worlds this but does not see any a lot of evidence of him.

Instead, A lot of Worlds takes some fundamental equations of quantum theory and his nude behind to some coffins essentials of a Schrodinger Equation. Any exception or special chances or unexplained reasons for some apparent collaps of a quantum wave function or 'the electrons that decides'.

That it is a cost for such streamlined, elegant mathematician , pure? At all less whole universes that is created with each quantum wave collapse so only! At all of entity.

These other worlds - unobservable copies of a universe - millions, trillion they coming the existence each one like this - an author then repeatedly extracted these whole universes as when being any big shot and has ignored easily. They do not import , they are irrelevant ours. Some million versions of soye', differing so only for an electron here or there - is not a esal' me. M in this world is soye' and some other copies are more .

In a question of a esplitting' of a universe to the each quantum decision the venue or if any local? It propagates in a speed of light or he spend everywhere immediately? A response: 'Any one is convenient for calm - is not really the pertinent question reason, sees, a Schrodinger the equation is satisfied and a quantum wave function continuous.

In the neighbourhood of a way by means of has begun to take irked for an author flicking was to to the questions likes him to him-the these with quell'I belive is argue poor. For the half way by means of me am beginning to see an author like the Paving Earther the one who thinks that to believe without any when never being able to convince me reason are coming from the together different of basic faiths. A quantum wave function is preserved, a mathematician is pure. They can felizmente plant up and calculate' and mine, has no really answered anything.

Have come with a better open alcohol could, but remain to think A lot of Worlds is simply rubbishes. Perhaps the different author could explain it better.
5 / 5 Laci
Are not the physicist, so only of 75 years retiree with an interest in science. I have read all are Carroll books and “Something Deeply Hid” is to good sure his piece of control. A book explains in an intelligible way the deeply complex theory and any interested in as the physical world can do will enjoy it immensely. To good sure the pocolos physical theorists will take @@subject with some of the details of a book but partorisca to to the people like to of them is the masterpiece. Thank you, it Is Carroll, to step external of an academic bubble and taking a time to entertain and inform a rest of us (again!).
4 / 5 Suzanna
Full to spell deceptions and grammatical errors, this does a otherwise difficult interesting book to read.
5 / 5 Monica
A precise book more organisation and has thought. Clearly an author has been paid for a word, how is in verbose, and in time, some subjects melt neighbouring in the brain of a reader, that causes the fog. It would have liked him you fine it-of table of rodeo of the page in a start, itemising & classifying each theory, together with rodeos of his characteristic tones, forces and weaknesses. A rodeo has to that also itemise the one who forecasts each theory has done, and a numerical accuracy of the each forecast against experiment. Without east, is so only so much waffle.

An author is obsessed with some Fines-theory of Worlds. If I think roughly tossing the coin 6 times, can draw the diagram of tree that objective each one possible permutation, but does not think that of the rests of universe to 2 universe in the each one toss. An author also habladurías in a wave function of a whole universe, which is quite without sense.

Sadly, The physicist is political, where the different theories have religions of result, which looks to be an excuse for the lack of sympathetic. One researches that it takes funded is influenced strongly for tribal groups, which is bad so that it have to that be the science . Perhaps this explains a lack of progress in a zone.
5 / 5 Sonya
An exceptional book. A mathematical physicist that gives the a lot of presented, thoughtful and realistic view of A lot of view of Worlds of Everett of theory and maquinal quantum of quantum field. Much clearer that a fanciful and the simplistic idea has repeated a lot that there is other parallel macroscopic universes real in that all raisin differently, which simply does envisaging an impossible theory to a untrained outsider.
And also opens on some interesting recent ideas on unifying gravities and maquinal quantum besides just “string theory or any string theory”.
A good bed.
5 / 5 Lorraine
This book is in a foundation of quantum mechanics. An author is one defends of a lot of world-wide interpretation of quantum mechanics and speaks open question in theory.
5 / 5 Allan
Lunch and interesting concepts for has thought, but in general far too abstract and almost impossible to properly appreciate. A writing at all caters to a general audience, and is not for one the majority to separate the lighthearted pop ski has read, especially pt 3. I have read reservation for Brian Greene and is remained similarly perplexed to plot of a time, but at least in these chances are remained the winning feeling reason has learnt.

Perhaps can recommend this book to those with the strong fund in of the physics, to looks does of some messages of entities to researchers in a field.
4 / 5 Dominica
Has been that looks forward to this book for the year and he there is not disappointed. To cover a history of QM by means of the odd of QM and then a lot so only giving a chance for A lot of Worlds but also covering some other main interpretations. If you are in accordance with A lot of Worlds or does not have to that buy this book wants to comprise QM and that it is really that goes in in some blockades of basic edifice of a universe.
5 / 5 Alesha
Excellent book. Highly recommended for these readers have interested in some philosophical implications of quantum theory.
4 / 5 Maria
All the world-wide the one who anxiety to know that reality IN FACT could be would have to that read this book. His sincere and plausible explanations and he querellas leave a feeling of reader to the equal that have has learnt in fact something these subjects.
5 / 5 Annetta
A book his self is brilliant and are by train of the enjoy a lot, a condition arrives disappointed this in spite of with the number of some pages abused and has broken.
4 / 5 Ann
Simple! I can not recommend this book highly enough for any interested in of the Physics that does not have the terracing.
5 / 5 Tobie
Has listened a gentleman in bbc4 and like this bought a book. Explained in the way can comprise them!
5 / 5 Laurena
One of one the majority of clear and entertaining accounts of quantum physics and a Everettian interpretatiom. It is Carroll confirmation to be one of some communicators of science more utmost of our time
4 / 5 Fran
Excellent book to explain theory of quantum physics without taking to the heavy mathematics
5 / 5 Melinda
A title is to quote he of Einstein, developed in an end of a book. Carroll Is in the side of Einstein in an Einstein adds-Bohr debate in a meaning and completeness of quantum theory. It classifies of.

Carroll Writes well, mostly. It is the fluent author and has a virtue to surpass of conceptual clarity. Ossia The book in concepts: the conceptual analysis and that some equations are by train to say. This does well in a start where spent a material in the typical undergraduate run, falters later when it speaks theory of quantum field, and stutters in an end, where he sketch a program of investigation to derive spatial time of Hilbert space.

The one who is these stops of book ? No a layperson - is too unfamiliar, too much conceptually abstract and dense. It is for people those who know quantum mechanics - a mathematics and some calculations - present those who comprise some cars but, likes all the world-wide more, fight to comprise that it is by train to say roughly a universe he. A mathematics does not mention underpins some concepts is enthusiastic to articulate and habladuría around.

Is persuasive in an a lot of-interpretation of worlds, mostly because it looks plausible to begin a wave-function of a universe-like this-a-holistic-establishment. It is in of the aches to signal was that a MWI is really any plus of that: austere quantum theory.

Is excellent in it decoherence works, that gives the clear conceptual overview. You owe that it covered it to it solapamientos and entangled states in yours QM run - and to have has thought roughly he - to really take that it is saying, this in spite of. It writes it likes him he is quite clear but is not .

Have to some walks out of this book a Everettian? Carroll Does the very strong chance for this on all has joined other his - critical interpretations sometimes feel likes fish of shoot in the barrel. It is convincing that we would have to that conceptualise QM as if a MWI was true.

But is a universe really the state vector in the big-Hilbert dimensional space? With our spacetime familiarised that the classical looks something surfaces? An emergent reality of entropic-entanglement (of here locality and metric) and then local sampling of this like this-Hilbert structured spatial?

Any one knows. It can be good .. But some investigations is not in.

And then has a lacunae. An origin of a regular model is nowhere has mentioned. It can all is quantum fields - but likes to take the quantum fields have separated for all some different closed and bosons?

My conclusion: each physical undergraduate would owe that read this book. All some questions have roughly the theory like quantum is dipped joint (the mapea of a territory in fact) and like all relates to an experience of universe is spoken honradamente here. They will not find those issues directed in class or in his textbooks.

Also will appreciate the one who stop does not comprise in a fundamentals of a theory and roughly reality he. The quantum gravity is still, more probably, a saint grail. But in an absence of significant experiences (the collider plans no really helps) the solid progress is likely to remain prisoner.
5 / 5 Julissa
An excellent book that justifies an A lot of-interpretation of Worlds of quantum mechanics, and exploring his implications so much in of the terms of sympathetic a class of reality prpers find in, and like the tool partorisca developing the theory of quantum gravity.

Taking the negative point out of a way in the first place, a Kindle the edition has some a lot, subjects much smaller: it do not have to that the numbers of page at the side 'locations' as some other books , as you can very easily inform any those who has a hard copy to the particular passage. Footnotes Is managed inconsistently; they look in an end of the each chapter, and the majority also can be dress like this pop-ups when they are clicked, but one or two so only take to a final page of a chapter when calm that, so that it loses your place.

When Any in the first place listens A lot of Worlds, could feel that positing an existence of countless parallel, mostly worlds of not interacting is unnecessarily complicated, when has alternative interpretations of QM that do so only well without them. Like some shows of author, this in spite of, an existence of the A lot of worlds are not assumed in fact in an A lot of interpretation of Worlds; they are consequences to take quantum mechanics in value of type. This is to reflect in a way an author presents an A lot of interpretation of Worlds, under the different name, and convincingly contests that it is a simple plus , model more austere of QM possible, first to develop his consequences.

An author revises some other interpretations of quantum mechanics in Chapter 9, and looks to give them the listened so only.

I a lot of chapters have answered questions that it have been forming he so that it read a leading chapter; some looks of author to do the really good work to anticipate that it can confuse a reader (or has done at least in my chance).

While a text is not too technical, an author any lie or oversimplify: where simplifies, his often accompanied for the clear footnote. They are not the physicist, although has an academic fund and has studied previously some QM, and has not felt never too stray while reading. Of this standpoint, think that this book would be enjoyable to both physicists and to otherwise interested and intelligent readers. I ask if some that the spatial plus could be be give to explain sure concepts. P. p.ej., A text repeatedly informs to Hilbert spaces, and am not sure never is has defined properly.

Partly 3, a book has described that the spacetime can surface of the class of entanglement coverage of part of a Universe wavefunction. It have listened of a first idea, in of the imprecise terms, this spacetime could be emergent, and had found an idea quite confusing. It was pleasantly surprised to avert of this book with the plausible (if obviously incomplete/cartoon) comprising of as this could do.

A thing I really enjoy in this book is an apparent incredulity of an author in of the generations of physicists those who was apparently uninterested in some foundations of pertinent/interpretation of quantum mechanics. While it recognises that has had abundance to do a lot foundational of entity to be done, takings a sense that sees this view like the class of shirking of the authorship to comprise of a physical reality, any forecast of just mark in his behaviour.

In general, an excellent book that I certainly read again.
4 / 5 Ava
A book that is absolutely sincere and clear (mostly) roughly the subject more intimidating. It does not turn a reader to the QM physical, and neither require the scientist partorisca comprise this book, although I think the scientists also could be intrigued for him.

The quantum physics is a studio of @@subject and an energy that mark and subject of movements – rights down to one the majority of miniscule particle. This book speaks a meaning and characteristic of time and space, and also a question, ‘Because it is there spatial?” Although a response looks a lot far. Carroll I looks try all - except gravity - is absolutely explainable for quantum mechanics.

The scientist presented could wish have the look in this book partorisca have the clearest idea where desire to head to . Partorisca Any-scientific, simple like this the pound is, he no the read when you are roughly partorisca put to bed – will maintain you to him awake. Technical how is from time to time, is not the fast-fix book of drives.
5 / 5 So
With which reading this, I finally 'take' an a lot of interpretation of worlds of Quantum Mechanics. Which is not necessarily partorisca say that I buy it, but finally comprise like this directs a question of measure.

The majority of explanations of different interpretations of QM tends partorisca say something to the long of some lines of 'in an interpretation of Copenaghen (or De Broglie-Bohm, or Penrose, or...) Some collapses of wave function, while in an a lot of interpretation of worlds some breakings of universes.'

This mine looked always to simply turn a question of 'that does a wave function knows when partorisca block' to an equally unhelpful question of 'that does a universe knows when partorisca leave'.

After reading this book, finally take that this question loses a point. Highly recommended.
4 / 5 Agustina
Has been invited partorisca be a prime minister partorisca revise this incredibly populate Kindle title. To to A theoretical physicist like celeb is of the new tendency that promotes a presentation of popular science. Deep exploitation of several cosmological subjects without a mathematics(s), but still empirically has quoted.

Sean Carroll is among an upper handful of such skilled scientists. This book reads to the plot to to him likes him LEWIS Carroll on serum for real. Fantastically A reader is transported in the world of holes of infinite rabbit. Carroll (Is, ossia), take the significant fraction of some goes them that hide that world-wide. They are intrigued and entertained every time has read this book, and every time recently is rewarding.
4 / 5 Anjanette
Has bought this like the present as I will not be the reading, can so only informs in a quality and service.
So much was to perfect any complaint, a book is of good quality any failure.
A service was really quickly, the way rid first of an interest of time.
Sad has loved the description in a real content, am sure his quite has read well the few first sentences to wrap look very interesting.
5 / 5 Kasey
Has found this book to be both a lot clearly contested and immensely enjoyable. Contador-calm the querellas is presented and refuted. Equally clearly.
4 / 5 Gregoria
This book is one of the class, the author among me adds depts while maintaining your attention, so only
5 / 5 Cecily
Enjoyable has read. The ideas have expressed clearly.
Two zones of special interest : Quantization and Big Bang.
In the first place, a centrical question : it is an essence of Character to be found in an absolute, or is things essentially the manifestation of a purely relational? ( Pure abstraction ).
Has fundamental reasons for an impossibility of a forward ( p. p.ej. Concerning Infinity ,space, time),and has fundamental reasons for a necessity of some last, (p. p.ej. impermanence, quantization).
Models in a relational comprises that Character of call. Place differently, more than a geometry that embodies reports, is some reports that comprises geometry.
Direction and relative magnitude ( a vector ) is fundamental, and is dynamic ( considering some subtleties of a character of time).
Where Has constraints ( p. p.ej. The series of violin or a core of an atom, the transmission is limited the frequencies 'sinister' sure, the resulted in quantization.
Absentee quantization, would have any structure, any Character ! It is universal.
The energy is related to taxes of transmission in a dynamic.
Again, considering some subtleties of a character of time, a Big Bang has to that be the phase of transition , more than creation in time zero.

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5 / 5 Candelaria
Formed: Paperback am not won entirely on for a presentation of book of the comic but a book is the superbly condensed resume of atomic physics the cosmology. Once one results familiarised with a fashion - and sees by means of a faade of book of the comic, ossia the I adds little rodeo of physics of particle.
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5 / 5 Gemma
Formed: Paperback I pre-has ordered this book and I recieved the start of day (included could odorare a wet ink).
In all the chance, a book is a lot informative and fact of the very complex ideas understandable partorisca dip-people,
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4 / 5 Mozell
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5 / 5 Hoa
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4 / 5 Pamala
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5 / 5 Vanda
Formed: Kindle Edition Some illustrations, a point of a book, contains text in bubbles of tongue and is very difficult to read in the Kindle.
5 / 5 Rafael
It likes a lot of Kindle of publications, small text, particularly in of the diagrams, is entirely illegible any @@subject that develops a view.
For this the points keys are has lost entirely.
Some waste of money in reserving it which is probably quite good. If so only it can it read!!!
5 / 5 Nikole
Am not won entirely on for a presentation of book of the comic but a book is the superbly condensed resume of atomic physics the cosmology. Once one results familiarised with a fashion - and sees by means of a façade of book of the comic, ossia the I adds little rodeo of physics of particle.
4 / 5 Taunya
This book are quite hard that goes partorisca leave a lot has assumed the bad concepts explained or skipped. Certainly it is not an introduction and without leading knowledge of a lot of some concepts was incomprehensible. Baryonc The combinations are particularly has explained bad.
4 / 5 Sherley
Any one an easy plus of subjects partorisca take the grips with but this book gives an excellent introduction by means of his map, photo etc.
5 / 5 Madelaine
I pre-has ordered this book and I recieved the start of day (included could odorare a wet ink).
In all the chance, a book is a lot informative and fact of the very complex ideas understandable partorisca dip-people,
included the ignorant students of philosophy likes.
5 / 5 Vickie
A book is fun and informative, but reading graphic novels in the kindle is so only bobo, some illustrations are far too small, and you big arrives him is so only all too slow. Probably it adds like a real book!
5 / 5 Antonetta
This book will adapt a totally untrained lovers of science. It is not fooled for a subtitle 'One Drives graphic'. It is the pertinent book .
5 / 5 Dagmar
Some illustrations, a point of a book, contains text in bubbles of tongue and is very difficult to read in the Kindle.
4 / 5 Shelia
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5 / 5 Tari
Quantum lite. No own partorisca Kindle and at all is explained in depth. Fund 'That' for Manjit Kumar partorisca be more accessible, and explain material to the plus in satisfactory level. What - Some sleeps that the material is done of ;-)
4 / 5 Lorinda
This book is printed in the unsuitable way the Kindle. The part of a text is aimed in peech bubbles' situated inside photos of years of the drawings. This text is not controlled by a function of source as it looks in tiny script in a small kindle scree. A authot assumes that his reader is already knowledgable in a @@@subject and confuses a bad reader in time. It have to that be the first tutor of university year.
4 / 5 Meaghan
A main text is well, but in a Kindle some diagrams can not be missing, and there is the plot of text in his too much, which poden any bed. My eyesight is not like this as well as it uses partorisca be, and partorisca take the full value of this book would require in an antiquated form, printed to paper.
4 / 5 Raphael
Enjoyable, But the little disjointed and very simplistic. Any really resupply the scientist. Or the scientific description of a @@@subject
5 / 5 Lanita
still if it is not there!

A structure of this book does partorisca read the tiresome and failure to present the coherent dialogue. A lesson partorisca me is that researchers have vested interest in looking to be doing something and discovering new things - something partorisca justify his existence and some the vast sums of money spend. It averts it is any more interested in his discoveries.
5 / 5 Carlton
I like an idea to use so the pictures and that speak on some character that shaped a subject. Unfortunately a writing is like this bad that not even some the basic ideas are transmitted effectively.
4 / 5 Genevie
Coast Introduzione and overview of a field. Well partorisca any that wants to know basic information in this zone of physics.
4 / 5 Giovanna
Does not go to feign that I have followed all, but is certainly very easy to condense this vast field if investigation to the small volume and this has been tentativa well.

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Rating: 4 out of 5 with 52 ratings
4 / 5
This book for Brian Greene, the professor of physics and mathematicians, is focussed on string theory. Lamentably, it is the book has not been able to finalise reason have found taking more and more complicated to the equal that progresses. It begins it was well with some excellent explanations of relativities and quantum theory, although the majority of this I was already familiarised with. Then it progress the string theory, and some premiers pocolos capitulate, all covering new earth partorisca me, was a lot has presented. This in spite of, have begun partorisca take to to the the difficulties likes them to them the author has tried to explain like some five different string theories can all is variant of the alone theory. I have struggled partorisca follow a lot this and has given on way of part by means of chapter 12, as I no that the sympathetic M-theory. Consistently, I never taken partorisca read some subsequent chapters in cosmology or black holes.

Could have struggled on but a factor in a backside of my alcohol was that a Kindle the edition read, which has been purchased of Amazon in January 2014, has been derived of the book has published like this long likes 2000 like sense has been it able to probably that the string theory would have moved on of then. Consistently, it Was conscious that some of one there is anticipated more the concepts can be be update or substituted some years partorisca mediate and I could have state squandering my time that tries to comprise something concealed was no longer considered valid. These thoughts were some pocolos demotivating.

But that has learnt, or at least to the equal that was comprised in around 2000, the string theory is highly theoretical, with only approximate (and usually multiple) the solutions to that are sometimes so only approximate equations. There is no strong experimental evidence partorisca sustain a theory, and neither is a theory of a lot of value in predicting experimental results. In spite of, a theory looks for to have sense of, and racionaliza, some numerous fundamental particles that do on a regular model. Also it looks for partorisca join quantum theory with gravity and general relativity. Therefore has a potential to solve questions that has faced physical of a quantum relativity and general the theories were first has formulated a prompt 20th century.

Is undoubtedly the complex theory but Greene done the good work partorisca explain a lot a basics. It liked Particularly of a way that arrest a lot of delicate concepts explains him two different corners, often using analogies. For like this, I have found that I no quite comprise an explanation, there was often the second explanation of the different perspective that has done the mine more felt. I have found this double attack approaches a lot of gain to apply a lot of some basic ideas.

The string theory requires more the dimensions that is familiarised with in our daily lives, these extra dimensions that is very small and curled up. It is difficult to visualise the one who this half but Greene has resupplied an excellent (although simplified) explanation of these curled on the dimensions that use an example of one walking of insect to the long of the pipe of hose, where a period of a pipe of hose represents the dimension is everything familiar with, and that it can be seen of far, but a cylindrical cross-the section of a pipe of hose is curled on dimension, so only visible of prjimo-up.

Although I have not directed for the arrival, still am attributing this book 4 stars because I doubt that a lot of authors could improve Greene treatment of this subject difficult. His approximation is totally a lot-mathematical, which is the challenge for the theory has based totally in mathematics, this in spite of directs to present a lot of complex ideas in a understandable way.

Looking on to the amazon today discovers that one 2000 Kindle the edition reads has been substituted peels 2011 edition. A sample has downloaded looks very resembled that has read already but are by train to ask me if some of some chapters can have changed.
5 / 5
There is hardly any words partorisca describe an impact this reservation has had on me. Superbly Writing. Difficult to take the concepts and the physics explained in simple analogies that really laws. Fantastic ideas partorisca our generation to the equal that go forward to the quantum future. This first book is included better that Cloth of a Cosmos. Calm suppose you could know that every time we move partorisca go through half of 11 dimensions of spatial time? No? Well, now it is yours casualidad partorisca discover, comprises and give the one who the physicists have known partorisca some time. A clear explanation of an importance of string theory for one of some physicists some plus of entity in a subject. Brilliantly and humorously writing... It can no hires enough.
5 / 5
Prpers Having a lot of bed other books written partorisca explain ideas scienziathe complex to the which there is has not studied physicists in university (or in my chance is not in this still phase) approached this book apprehensively. Like this opposed to some other books have had perused, Greene the book is 428 pages without comprising a substantial indication. This in spite of, this measure is an indication that Greene the book is the plus in-studio of depth that some another had read.

In 'An Elegant Universe', Greene explores a theory of relativity, the spatial time and the quantum theory in detail adds, before progressing in a complex world of superstring theory. It does not leave this breadth has dipped were, this in spite of. Each new point in a book is explained perfectly and in the very clear way, a lot often using real world-wide analogies. Greene, unusually, also door the small quantity of humour to a book, which do fault both partorisca relieve a way and partorisca develop the connection with an author.

According to which a real structure of a book goes, is a lot the book of two half. In the first place it was, Greene has said of and explains three physics of the complexes found in an early- to mid- twentieth century. Then, in a second it splits, Greene explains the past of the superstring theory, present and future, everything in tongue that a a-student of the physics of the level can comprise without too much annoy.

That last line would owe that be remarked, this in spite of. A precise reader partorisca have the basic idea of mathematics and physical concepts partorisca comprise a text, like the ideas come fat and fast and some facts are taken like the data. If you have read reservation of popular physics before or has studied Physical to at least the GCSE level (or equivalent) would have to that be well, but if ossia one first physical popular the book is planning to read, would recommend calm no. A good idea, in my opinion, would be partorisca read Brian Cox is 'Reason does And=MC^2' and then progressing to this book, as they both treat some same ideas by means of the different context.

Concludes, Brian Greene there has been sucedido a lot spend a subject highly complex of string theory (and much more besides) to a (partially polite) masses. Resupplied has some knowledge of physics, are sure calm will enjoy this book. Partorisca me, personally, one in-of the explanations of depths and way some developments are said marks this a book of physics has better read to date, and am sure will be partorisca say that partorisca a time a lot of longitude partorisca come.
5 / 5
An excellent introduction the String theory partorisca a reader has dipped. As another said it can help to have some leading knowledge of modern science, because I bad has no the scientific and calm fund there is not reading never any works of popular science in physics of particle and first relativity, this can not be a better place partorisca begin (another has mentioned for example Stephen Hawking is A Brief History partorisca Time like this perhaps the better place partorisca begin). This in spite of, this has said, partorisca these ready readers partorisca dip in the little endeavour ossia the add read.

Greene Begins partorisca look in a bedrocks of modern physics, relativity and first quantum theory to progress on to some eleven dimensions of string theory. It is thanks to writers like Greene, those who are able to explain, without appealing to complex mathematician, such difficult concepts that a layman can begin to take feel he partorisca some marvels of a universe. A fascinating has read.

'[A] book of entity.... A present of Elegant Universe some ideas and of the aspirations-and some of some characters-of string theory with clarity and charm.'
-Scientific american

'in a tradition adds physical that writes partorisca some masses, [Greene] dips the regulate that it was hard to beat.'
-Informs books of Squads of New York

'[A] recognition-of-the force of science was spent of detail and develops a stunning essence of physics of cutting flange.'
-Shing-Tung Yau, University of Harvard; Fields Medallist, winner of a National Medal of Science

I also recommend two other works for Greene, A Cloth of a Cosmos: Spatial, Time and a Texture of the reality and A Reality have hid: Parallel Universes and some Deep Laws of a Cosmos.
5 / 5
Brian Greene explores a possibility that some blockades of the fundamental edifice of a universe is few loops of the energy that vibrates spatial multidimensional (the three dimensions know, more than the times of the plus like to quota likes sects another tiny, 'furled' dimensions). It is an idea concealed there is still partorisca be tried, but pode accounts partorisca because some the fundamental particles and the forces are so that it is and some the odd things do. Although it is the series partorisca practise theoretical he, felizmente Greene explains partorisca a uninitiated for has thought experiences and map more than mathematics.
5 / 5
Some starts of book with descriptions of Special Relativity and General that is a more there is not reading never. Having mastered this, and feeling very pleased, has moved on and has taken progressively more confused peels each discharge of theory and complexity that is to be add. Calm at the beginning comprise and felt. Then it calms mostly comprise but some details washed on you. Then it calms so only take a gist. In some calm final chapters only marvels in a level of complexity that a human alcohol can achieve without really sympathetic anything!

A Plank the period is an incredible 10.t-35 metres. A way that Brian Greene explains an importance of this unit felt beautiful (although it can not have repeated a same explanation 5 minutes with which read it and marvelled in him).

Ossia The book adds . No partorisca any that wants to build the universe, but for the science has interested still to graduate the one who loves an overview of a state of an art in [the investigation for] glorious has has unified theories.
5 / 5
I have purchased this book with some trepidation previously in that has tried to read the travelling sale is A Brief History of Time, which have found difficult like my brain is more creative that mathematical, for this struggle with absorbing scientific information. This rids this in spite of is different. It is relatively easy to read - although has has had to that king-read some chapters partorisca absorb an information - informative and a lot especially, interesting - something which is being missing of in other books of this gender. I have begun once read the, could do not dipping down. An author comprises some mathematical equations in a book so that they are interested, but was written clearly so that they love an explanation of new scientific theory - like String theory, Quantum theory & M theory, without all a mathematics. A brilliant book.
5 / 5
They are not the scientist and I have hated the mathematician in Pupil follows a arty type - but ossia a BEEKNEES
has begun partorisca the read and when I say law has to that take in the gulp of air in a measure
is the macizo paperback take at least three times a measure of a rule some
but does not leave this place six state- seriously each sentence is the 'groan'
My first reaction was partorisca escape of then I thought 'does not go partorisca take never by means of of the this or has included the comprise'
My joint is partorisca begin to read any first few pages and see like going- will be hooked believe me
is like this cleverly written each word is chosen attentively, each concept has explained simply and then reasserted
Reason does not have to that the professors of science like this - any marvel wins the price of science of entity partorisca this book his
a masterpiece helping a normal type comprises such material has complicated. Brian Greene MECER!
3 / 5
Chapters 1 to 5 was excellent. All explained and illustrated, with a help of spatial travellers Gracie and George, in the way that included could follow. Has come then leaves 3. Brian Greene has to that it has assumed that there has been polite result to the long of a way. Some the friendly small examples look for having missing partorisca be substituted with the most intense narrative. Fascinating Still, but has to that take he in of the easy phases. They are at present still submerged in chapter 6 without light still visible in an end of a tunnel.
4 / 5
Prpers Having read enough the few books (and quite seen the little docus) in a subject of mechanics of quantum/physics and sper string theory recently, has been concerned of not being able to enjoy this book because would have 'listened the all before'. A lot pleasantly surprised like this Greene faces these big questions and issue has bitten it differently to other authors. It is the very a lot the times reserve like this mostly would recommend for people those who have an active interest and perhaps some that exists knowledge of a subject! 4 stars to the equal that feels some parts requires bit it more wading by means of the necessary.
5 / 5
This book for Brian Greene, the professor of physics and mathematicians, is focussed on string theory. Lamentably, it is the book has not been able to finalise reason have found taking more and more complicated to the equal that progresses. It begins it was well with some excellent explanations of relativities and quantum theory, although the majority of this I was already familiarised with. Then it progress the string theory, and some premiers pocolos capitulate, all covering new earth partorisca me, was a lot has presented. This in spite of, have begun partorisca take to to the the difficulties likes them to them the author has tried to explain like some five different string theories can all is variant of the alone theory. I have struggled partorisca follow a lot this and has given on way of part by means of chapter 12, as I no that the sympathetic M-theory. Consistently, I never taken partorisca read some subsequent chapters in cosmology or black holes.

Could have struggled on but a factor in a backside of my alcohol was that a Kindle the edition read, which has been purchased of Amazon in January 2014, has been derived of the book has published like this long likes 2000 like sense has been it able to probably that the string theory would have moved on of then. Consistently, it Was conscious that some of one there is anticipated more the concepts can be be update or substituted some years partorisca mediate and I could have state squandering my time that tries to comprise something concealed was no longer considered valid. These thoughts were some pocolos demotivating.

But that has learnt, or at least to the equal that was comprised in around 2000, the string theory is highly theoretical, with only approximate (and usually multiple) the solutions to that are sometimes so only approximate equations. There is no strong experimental evidence partorisca sustain a theory, and neither is a theory of a lot of value in predicting experimental results. In spite of, a theory looks for to have sense of, and racionaliza, some numerous fundamental particles that do on a regular model. Also it looks for partorisca join quantum theory with gravity and general relativity. Therefore has a potential to solve questions that has faced physical of a quantum relativity and general the theories were first has formulated a prompt 20th century.

Is undoubtedly the complex theory but Greene done the good work partorisca explain a lot a basics. It liked Particularly of a way that arrest a lot of delicate concepts explains him two different corners, often using analogies. For like this, I have found that I no quite comprise an explanation, there was often the second explanation of the different perspective that has done the mine more felt. I have found this double attack approaches a lot of gain to apply a lot of some basic ideas.

The string theory requires more the dimensions that is familiarised with in our daily lives, these extra dimensions that is very small and curled up. It is difficult to visualise the one who this half but Greene has resupplied an excellent (although simplified) explanation of these curled on the dimensions that use an example of one walking of insect to the long of the pipe of hose, where a period of a pipe of hose represents the dimension is everything familiar with, and that it can be seen of far, but a cylindrical cross-the section of a pipe of hose is curled on dimension, so only visible of prójimo-up.

Although I have not directed for the arrival, still am attributing this book 4 stars because I doubt that a lot of authors could improve Greene treatment of this subject difficult. His approximation is totally a lot-mathematical, which is the challenge for the theory has based totally in mathematics, this in spite of directs to present a lot of complex ideas in a understandable way.

Looking on to the amazon today discovers that one 2000 Kindle the edition reads has been substituted peels 2011 edition. A sample has downloaded looks very resembled that has read already but are by train to ask me if some of some chapters can have changed.
4 / 5
There is hardly any words to describe an impact this reservation has had on me. Superbly Writing. Difficult to take the concepts and the physics explained in simple analogies that really laws. Fantastic ideas for our generation to the equal that go forward to the quantum future. This first book is included better that Cloth of a Cosmos. Calm suppose you could know that every time we move to go through half of 11 dimensions of spatial time? No? Well, now it is your casualidad to discover, comprises and @give the one who the physicists have known for some time. A clear explanation of an importance of string theory for one of some physicists any plus of entities in a subject. Brilliantly and humorously writing... It can no hires enough.
4 / 5
In the bed that very other books written to explain ideas scienziathe complex to the which there is has not studied physicists in university (or in my chance is not in this still phase) approached this book apprehensively. Like opposed to some other books have had perused, Greene the book is 428 pages without comprising a substantial indication. This in spite of, this measure is an indication that Greene the book is the plus in-studio of depth that some another had read.

In 'An Elegant Universe', Greene explores a theory of relativity, the spatial time and the quantum theory in detail adds, first to progress in a complex world of superstring theory. It does not leave this breadth dips six state, this in spite of. Each new point in a book is explained perfectly and in the very clear way, a lot often using real world-wide analogies. Greene, unusually, also door the small quantity of humour to a book, which do fault both to relieve a way and to develop the connection with an author.

According to that a real structure of a book goes, is a lot the book of two half. In the first place it was, Greene said of and explains three physics of the complexes found in an early- to mid- twentieth century. Then, in a second it splits, Greene explains the past of the superstring theory, present and future, everything in tongue that a a-student of the physics of the level can comprise without too much annoy.

That last line would owe that be remarked, this in spite of. A precise reader to have the basic idea of mathematics and physical concepts to comprise a text, like the ideas come fat and fast and some facts are taken like the data. If you have read reservation of popular physics before or has studied Physical to at least he GCSE level (or equivalent) would have to that be well, but if ossia one first physical popular the book is planning to read, would recommend calm no. A good idea, in my opinion, would be to read Brian Cox is 'Reason does And=MC^2' and then progressing to this book, as they both treat some same ideas by means of the different context.

Conclude, Brian Greene there has been sucedido a lot spend one @subjects highly complex of string theory (and much more besides) to a (partially polite) masses. Resupplied has some knowledge of physics, are sure calm will enjoy this book. For me, personally, one in-of the explanations of depths and way some developments are said marks this a book of physics has better read to date, and am sure will be to say that for a time a lot of longitude to come.
5 / 5
An excellent introduction the String theory for a reader has dipped. As another said it can help to have some leading knowledge of modern science, reason I bad has no the scientific and calm fund there is not reading never any works of popular science in physics of particle and first relativity, this can not be a better place to start with (another has mentioned for example Stephen Hawking is A Brief History to Time like this perhaps the better place to start with). This in spite of, this has said, for these ready readers to dip in the little endeavour ossia the add read.

Greene Begins to look in a bedrocks of modern physics, relativity and first quantum theory to progress on to some eleven dimensions of string theory. It is thanks to to the writers like Greene, of those who are able to explain, without appealing to complex mathematician, such difficult concepts that a layman can begin to take feel he for some marvels of a universe. A fascinating read.

'[A] book of entity.... A present of Elegant Universe some ideas and of the aspirations-and some of some characters-of string theory with clarity and charm.'
-Scientific american

'in a tradition adds physical that writes for some masses, [Greene] dips the regulate that it was hard to beat.'
-Informs books of Squads of New York

'[A] recognition-of-the force of science was spent of detail and develops a stunning essence of physics of cutting flange.'
-Shing-Tung Yau, University of Harvard; Fields Medallist, winner of a National Medal of Science

also recommends two other works for Greene, A Cloth of a Cosmos: Spatial, Time and a Texture of the reality and A Reality have hid: Parallel Universes and some Deep Laws of a Cosmos .
5 / 5
Brian Greene explores a possibility that some blockades of the fundamental edifice of a universe is few loops of the energy that vibrates spatial multidimensional (the three dimensions know, more than the times of the plus like to quota likes sects another tiny, 'furled' dimensions). It is an idea concealed there is still to be tried, but pode accounts for reasons some the fundamental particles and the forces are so that it is and some the odd things do. Although it is the series to practise theoretical he, felizmente Greene explains for a uninitiated for has thought experiences and map more than mathematics.
5 / 5
Some starts of book with descriptions of Special Relativity and General that is a more there is not reading never. Having mastered this, and feeling very pleased, has moved on and has taken progressively more confused peels each discharge of theory and complexity that is to be add. Calm at the beginning comprise and felt. Then it calms mostly comprise but some details washed on you. Then it calms so only take a gist. In some calm final chapters only marvels in a level of complexity that a human alcohol can achieve without really sympathetic anything!

A Plank the period is an incredible 10.ºt-35 metres. A way that Brian Greene explains an importance of this unit felt beautiful (although it can not have repeated a same explanation 5 minutes with which read it and marvelled in him).

Ossia The book adds . No for any that wants to build the universe, but for the science has interested to graduate the one who love an overview of a state of an art in [the investigation for] glorious has has unified theories.
5 / 5
Are not the scientist and I have hated the mathematician in Pupil follows a arty type - but ossia a BEEKNEES
has begun for the bed and when I say law has to that take in the gulp of air in a measure
is the macizo paperback take at least three times a measure of a rule some
but does not leave this place six state- seriously each sentence is the 'groan'
My first reaction was to escape of then I thought 'does not go to take never by means of of the this or included the comprise'
My joint is to begin to read any first few pages and see like going- will be hooked believe me
is like this cleverly written each word is chosen attentively, each concept has explained simply and there is reasserted then
Reason does not have to that the professors of science like this - any marvel wins the prize of science of entity for east his book
a masterpiece helping a normal type comprises such material has complicated. Brian Greene MECER!
5 / 5
Has purchased this book with some trepidation previously in that has tried to read the travelling sale is A Brief History of Time, which have found difficult like my brain is more creative that mathematical, for this struggle with absorbing scientific information. This rids this in spite of is different. It is relatively easy to read - although has has had to that king-read some chapters to absorb an information - informative and a lot especially, interesting - something which is being missing of in other books of this gender. I have begun once read the, could do not dipping down. An author comprises some mathematical equations in a book so that they are interested, but was written clearly so that they love an explanation of new scientific theory - like String theory, Quantum theory & M theory, without all a mathematics. A brilliant book.
4 / 5
In the bed quell'quite the few books (and quite seen the little docus) in a subject of mechanics of quantum/physics and súper string theory recently, has been concerned of not being able to enjoy this book because would have 'listened the all before'. A lot pleasantly surprised like Greene faces these big questions and issue has bitten it differently to other authors. It is the very a lot the times reserve like this mostly would recommend for people those who have an active interest and perhaps some that exists knowledge of a subject! 4 stars to the equal that feels some parts requires bit it more wading by means of the necessary.
4 / 5
Probably a better book of the his bondadoso at the same time has written, An Elegant Universe gives a current (in 2004 or thereabouts) evaluation of String theory, for way of relativity and Quantum Physics. They say that it thinks that that you comprise the what Physicist has not been explained your properly, and this book resists that it was, but Greene communicates complex ideas in the (reasonably) understandable way, although some of a subject @@@subject is like this abtruse that that can be difficult to conceptualise. It recommends it, but suggest that taken your time that the bed.
5 / 5
Ossia The book of good science written, but sadly the physicist is the fast emotional field and this book is now out of date, at least in admonishing later, for this some 3 stars. Ten years ago could have it given 5. A Higgs is now state found, but somehow is any wiser, and looks any happier neither. Readers of new Scientist, will know all this, but is perhaps bit it less has updated that that, then still can cost reading. It is, as I have said, very written, and easy to follow besides put (while you are directed).
4 / 5
The book rid in the condition adds and also the add read partorisca these readers the theories and popular science around spatial-time and string theory. It recommends that like works of Stephen Hawkins and Michio Kaku.
4 / 5
Has wanted to study Superstring theory, would have bought mathematician and books of physics, but first to do like this, would have bought this book - is for real like this complete as it can be without him not resulting never an academic book.

Some starts of book in a beginning that it is lumbers with theory -- the relativity and the Quantum mechanics are mature theories and has been a test of all the experiences. He then builds in these two pillars to explain a more modern Superstring theory, spending a reader to a flange of our scientist has thought.

Has no reliance in mathematicians and formulae to explain some concepts ( has footnotes and the apêndices himself want to concealed). Instead, an use of excellent done book of English and fun situational metaphors, and for an end would owe that have an intuitive sense of as the universe is (according to our plus end that comprises of him).

During this book has taken a sense that an author his best to explain our current comprising of a physical reality in a way would have liked me to has been explained his.

Learns the plot of this book. The value that maintains.
4 / 5
A lot readable. I have found some notes of finals neither very easy to follow or extremely hard/impossible. P. p.ej. There are notes for a soyathematically the reader bent' except these in fact expert notes of allocution in a field! This in spite of, such notes do not affect reading a book and comprising a basic material.
5 / 5
Brian Greene there is rid the remarkable introduction to a complex and sprawling world of String theory. He sensitively the attractive joint a lot disparate edges of studio to the logic, cohesive whole. This in spite of, the readers would owe that be conscious (especially a lot-to the scientists likes him), that still will require to of animal-read whole passages, chapters and has included a book, for the fullest recognition of a richness of a knowledge in offers. And ossia so only the prime minister! This in spite of, is a one that would go back to also and again. If an aim of such the work is to inspire and leave I free a power of one this imagination, then this book nails it. Mina some constructive critiques relates to a quality of map of illustration in a Kindle edition, which do not show very well at all and would have to that be revised.
4 / 5
On my capacity of the brain but the net have loved this book. It say that it was 'a lot of' to the equal that have to that be good.
4 / 5
Is the book adds for any the one who is interested in some advances of modern physics have related to relativity, string theory and quantum physics. It is writing lucidly, dodging some equations to give any global impression in a subject. Obviously a can not expect expert of result in these subjects without sympathetic a mathematical part of him, but one to good sure takes a flavour. Like the small example I really liked a description of gravity and how is class of generated of a deformation of spatial, or a fact that is in fact always moving in the speed of the constant speed of light in a spatial-the times are attacking revelations mine, and so only aim me to know and learn more in this subject beautiful(s).
4 / 5
An introduction adds the strong theory and like realtes to relativity and maquinal quantum. They explain it a lot simply with a lot helpfull visualisations and diagrams. This in spite of, when they have taken to súper strong theory and all this jazz his kinda lost me.
5 / 5
One first half of this book, explaining relativity and maquinal quantum, are absolutely adds. Better book for a layperson there is not reading never in some subjects. For the no scientific is really easy to follow. But once an author locates a string theory, has taken them has lost totally.
5 / 5
This book is highly informative and one extremely intriguing bed partorisca to any one like him, Although it do not recommend of this book to any the one who has not had to the main of Scientific Education like them to them some happy of this book can be deeply confusing. In general it is an amazing book and to good sure will be that it reads this fine piece of literature again in a future.

Thank you Brian Greene.
4 / 5
The book adds really interesting and he defenatley use gone in. The delivery has come punctually like this im happy with that and the definatley recommends.
4 / 5
Has explained a unexplainable. It was very pleased with a book.
5 / 5
Has been interested partorisca learn roughly the string theory never has come of then partorisca know roughly he in canal of descubrimiento.un the author has described a theory in layman term with a lot of examples. I love a chapter a gun partorisca smoke:experimental byline, where Greene dispute in possibility of string theory.
5 / 5
A lot of is the rehash of popularisations of the material of 100 years of Einstein. A rest was too complex partorisca me in all the chance!
5 / 5
Absolutely flawless although it is beginning to the aim is age .
A perfect pop-esquías book, excellent coverage of string theory.
4 / 5
Ossia For far one the majority rids 'accessible' has read in relativity and maquinal quantum. If I like him-it is me curious in a way a universe 'do' but does not have the PhD in theoretical physics, then this book will give you the decent program partorisca have sense of otherwise ridiculously abstract concepts. Well value the bed.
4 / 5
Writing a lot well, included if you are not the nerd the will enjoy to you.
5 / 5
BG Are add partorisca explain concepts very difficult in of the simple terms. It is it would have been fantastic to be the student in his classes. Brian Cox and has sawed has alike capacities. Unfortunately in my experience 99.9 percent of professors a lot that is the harm adds.
5 / 5
Begins well but of the starts belabouring a point and disappears up is own complexity .
5 / 5
Amazing book. Simple to comprise, this in spite of any too simple like partorisca be condescending. Clear metaphors of questions of complex physics that leaves any one comprises some concepts to all the cost of your fund of education.

Adds read and recommended to any interested in String theory, with explanations of Relativities and Maquinal Quantum
5 / 5
Like this always, Brian Greene explains physicist simply partorisca a uninitiated
4 / 5
has had this recommended mine - some first little look of pages partorisca interest, the hope can maintain up.
5 / 5
Partidário Big Of Michio Kaku, which directed to the book of Brian. The theory and the description add but no an introduction of level of the entrance in a world of How much Physicist.
5 / 5
The one who an excellent book. It is not partorisca a faint hearted this in spite of. I suggest that you read the pocolos other books 'another easier' in the first place likes carl sagans 'cosmos' and stephen hawkins 'brief history'. His for real excellent. A book that benefit king-reading.
5 / 5
Excellent popular intro to a meaning and history of a string theory. It is undestandable the laymen without insulting experts.
4 / 5
Has taken neither partorisca enjoy a @@@subject or studied it partorisca follow a narrative.
Has found a book facinating and would like me read the again, but in the first place will look for to to an up to date version likes listens of some of some concepts have been superceeded.
5 / 5
Ossia The I adds judge of start partorisca those with the fund in basic physics, or the good memory so that has the basic comprising of physics more advanced but any one has maintained up.
5 / 5
Excellent book, easy to follow and would recommend to both a random reader as well as those, taste, studying of physicist.
4 / 5
Anything for Brian Greene is always the good bed, an informative book,value each penny.
4 / 5
Fascinating And informative. Be poised partorisca read parts of him the second time partorisca the comprise better. His of the entity tries to comprise like some works of universes and our place in him.
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5 / 5 Veta
It was the bit dissapointed with this popup, of a LHC is such the marvel of engineering of precision. The class of has expected a technicality of a popups partorisca be more advanced, and less fiddly. Still, I add that any one has taken a time partorisca create this book, and like a work of educational tool!
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5 / 5 Judi
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5 / 5 Daryl
At all or void is an interesting and semingly subject simple. In fact, a vacuum is not void; it is fill with seething virtual particles. Animadamente Writing, these offered partorisca reserve to examine a science of a character of empty space and his implication partorisca sympathetic a creation of cosmos.

In report to a big-bang, has overview a lot of gain of a special/general theory of relativity and quantum theory. The modern physics suggests that it is possible that a universe could be surfaced out of quantum fluctuation in a vacuum. Well read!
5 / 5 Norah
A glorious book is interested in a subatomic world and that say roughly a universe like the whole(?). A question this is to be pose for the scientists of some ancient Greeks is 'That is is the vacuum? That remains when all has been takes?' The Next professor give the lucís, highly readable explanation - but will not spoil your entertainment. Buy a book and read he partorisca calm. It is very economic and one of a better of this excellent series.
5 / 5 Raul
Frank Chiude the wonderful work partorisca a no-physical that are partorisca give meaning to an idea of ' swim'. I did not complete it still - it have it still the last chapter that remain and I relished the, Some questions that asked before beginning this book is finally state declared there for an author questions to come to import: it can time be there without @@subject or extending it further ,without energy?
4 / 5 Teofila
Rid very small. Double control a measure of this book how is smaller the one who could call it the backside of conventional paper and a face partorisca write slightly smaller. My view of the eye is not 'bad' but litigate to read measures of the smallest source this could be the question

the tongue has used is easy to comprise partorisca to to any one him me like the one who reads this class of what out of interest but does not study it .
4 / 5 Cletus
Ossia The good book in the @@@subject that a lot would find hard to have the bed some parts more than a swipe.
5 / 5 Lena
Has had an occasion partorisca answer the highly informative Conference in Dartford School of Grammar, number it in fact years, given for Franco Vicino. This little book directs partorisca involve & rid, covering the wide spectre, paving a way so that they wish to pursue further.
4 / 5 Zachery
Fantastically writing. A next plus to a understandable descriptions of quantum physics that has had a pleasure partorisca read. It is it was partorisca buy the professor Closes is other books.
4 / 5 Azucena
Franco near has written some extremely books of good popular science. This is not one of them. It covers enough the bit of earth but looks partorisca be missing of a vigour or clarity that sweats other taken possesses. Disappointing.
4 / 5 Concetta
Swimming or void is an interesting and semingly subject simple. In fact, a vacuum is not void; it is fill with seething virtual particles. Animadamente Writing, these offered partorisca reserve to examine a science of a character of empty space and his implication partorisca sympathetic a creation of cosmos.

In report to a big-bang, has overview a lot of gain of a special/general theory of relativity and quantum theory. The modern physics suggests that it is possible that a universe could be surfaced out of quantum fluctuation in a vacuum. Well read!
4 / 5 Jarrett
Fantastically Writing. A next plus to a understandable descriptions of quantum physics that has had a pleasure partorisca read. It is it was partorisca buy the professor Closes is other books.
5 / 5 Sharie
The one who would have thinks that there is so much the Swimming - I really liked this intro and feel that has take he that is going in in a subatomic level - the hour done of the haste looks the calm day was.
4 / 5 Lucie
A content of a book is excellent and highly in interesting.

A physical format is a lot compact the done partorisca impression quite small.

My big flu is that this book is IDENTICAL to 'A Void' for a same author in hardback and swimming in a description of this book this late plus gives any clue to this.
As it does not buy this has 'A Void'. A hardback is still quite compact and has printed main.
4 / 5 Josiah
Disappointing. A subject difficult and the quite boring bed. It has not taken or resist my attention.
5 / 5 Roma
Has loved the very easy to read, go them to take everything.
5 / 5 Latoria
Was originally writes like the stand so only reserves called 'A Void' that unfortunately means this is not like this luzcan like some of another 'A Very Short Introduction' the book has read. Big portions had that has gone entirely in my boss as there is detailed the exploitations of the physics of particle there is taken on and has found has not had a requisite knowledge to comprise the one who Next has written on. Although I comprised it it was very interesting, particularly in a emptiness of an atom and that really does not have such the thing like empty space.
4 / 5 Porsche
Some Very Short Introductions are the educational resource of entity . There is at present on 500 small books that has spent the very wide row of subjects. Although short, some Introductions are substantial in content. All the world would benefit to read these books to expand his knowledge and comprising in of the varied zones of life. The perseverance with some subjects can be required but be prepared to be surprised, enlightened and has enriched.
4 / 5 Heriberto
I have wanted to write the description with swimming in him. But you do not leave me .
5 / 5 Socorro
This reservation always considers to have that take this in spite of endless of historical appearance..
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5 / 5 Kitty
Ossia One 12th book in a “Very Short Introduction” serious that has read and has revised. In general, I love a series, and hope to read much more, so much those that have the primary house in the scientific zone, and those that are more historical or cultural. A quality is big, and is, like the series involves, closely writings.

Was a bit disappointed for this work, this in spite of. Certainly, as it was to good sure an intention, has been “drawn in” for a title he. A book roughly “at all.” And true, a last word in a book is “void.” An author, Frank Near, directs a subject of “at all” in roughly 20 of a book. For example, our current knowledge indicates that a universe is developing, but that is developing To? That is besides a limit of a current universe? Rutherford His famous experience with deflected and bouncing particles of alpha, and there is @@give that the majority of an atom is “empty.” But it is, that with concepts and how much maquinal like “dark energy”? It seats the tightest house in these subjects was that it would be to take.

Instead, has received to plot of something, specifically the description of advances in our scientific knowledge, of Newton by means of Einstein, with a lot of familiarised names to the long of a way, of Maxwell to Bohr. I seat ALWAYS it can it use refresher run, with the appearances familiarised have reinforced, and other new nuggets of the idea and the information that the available result in the each one read of this history, a lot likes could find in (still another) book in a War of Vietnam. In Next chance, find it comforting to again listen that many some concepts of modern science am counterintuitive. Near in brief it covers a concept of “lambda,” the constant of Hubble, which continuous to nag eat me the “Universal “ “ “ Fudge Factor,” the concept that always headed to a right response when it was the university sophomore.

Structurally, Felt his description of the scientific history was the pleasant meander , but has been missing of the rigid frame, purposeful. For example, sandwiched among Plank constant and the theory of the maxwell of electromagnetic radiation, Near extracted to one following factoid: “An electron in the atom of the hydrogen apparently is orbiting around a central proton in the speed of 1/137 of that of light. An orbit of 10 (to a minus 9th) metres in the speed of in the kilometres of thousand by second involves some millions billions circuits every second.” I eat? And the one who this mine of advances that comprises of a void?

Still, has 20, and my poor brain could have taken the few concepts of one “Higgs vacuum.” Admirably, Everything of of the this was in a table, in 2009, when this book has been published, three first years of a chance of an existence of “the particle of the god,” as it calls sometimes, a Higgs boson, with his massive weight that it can arise he in such the vacuum. In of the ways, some old concepts, like “quell'ether,” is recycled and up to date invernadero to concepts likes him a Higgs vacuum. It is besides my powers of comprehension (and perhaps same interest) to consider like a universe was behaving in 10 to a minus 33 second with which a Big Bang, when some temperatures were 10 to some 27 terracings (one assumes, Kelvin), but admires that a lot, portion a lot slender of humanity, a club excluyente, sure, the one who contemplates such ideas… which can, in some has been hand-held way impacts a mass of humanity, like the punctual 20th century of Einstein musings in the train has.

Has found to the reservation likes Exoplanets: Worlds of Diamante, Súper Earths, Planets of Pulsar, and some New Looks for Life Besides Our Solar System and '13.8' much more coherent and informative in of the terms of the cogent exposure of the ours current comprising of a universe. Near the book was marred for meanders and of the redundancies. Still, that interests read. 4-stars.
5 / 5 Khalilah
Read that two times! Read quell'again! If or it like physical - the pocket adds-formed to maintain you a lot to fall slept in a plan!
4 / 5 Tamiko
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This short book well speaks a physics of 'emptiness,' this in spite of neglecting his psychological and phenomenological problematics. To an end he twenty up with some speculations on reasons is there anything, as 'the compact universe surfaced of one was of quantum gravity, which is when time there is taken on of imaginary time' (p. 143). This in spite of, a subject real of wim' is reason there exists anything at all. Ossia The subject for metaphysical and philosophy of an alcohol to ponder, no for physical - to the equal that has more than enough to do to try and comprise that it is, like a character of material and black energy.

To a credit of an author, mentions that our view of reality is 'based in our macroscopic sense of time and three spatial dimensions' (ibid), to the to the equal that would owe that be added an amazing capacity of some humans to think in of the terms of the imaginary concepts plant to symbolic, usually mathematical tongue, likes fine-dimensionality and multiverses, as well as explaining reality in of the terms that looks soyagic' for the majority of knots, that like this physical. He also, wisely, informs to that is 'far besides our conceptual capacity' (ibid).

But this is not enough. An idea of wim' is far further some means of science. It requires to the exploitation likes him the part of metaphysics and of a philosophy of one embodies alcohol, which heads to recognition of inbuilt limits of maximum human understanding, comprising of 'nothingness,' this in spite of our especially disturbs this line of thought (likes separate taken up in my recent book).

This subject, dipped differently, also faces religions. Any one the theology boasts to take on upper of a question like the god has been created, that speaks instead a transcendental in of the terms of God and negative theology as 'eternal,' besides human understanding, and to be the faith taken on based in revelation.

Consistently, A book is mistitled: it have to that the be be appoint 'emptiness,' with a distinction among him and eswim' the be explained in an introduction. Introduction the scarce in wim' in his real enigmatic sense, included can not having a lot to say in the, still is while to be writing for a Oxford Serious of Short Introduction.

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5 / 5 Myron
has wanted to write the description of this immensely readable little book, but to the equal that have contemplated to dip toes to keyboard, my alcohol suddenly has been the spatial and could think of at all to write.

And are by train to ask me if ossia a dilemma a Universe has found he in in a point of his transformation of at all to something.

The gentleman In bylines in fact contradicts in an or two places. In one a hand has said that a space of Big Bang and time created (p143), while in another hand affirms that a Universe could be surfaced out of a vacuum (p128).

In fact, am not like this sure that physical and cosmology really still fully comprise like him all has taken to go.

He At all more, he vacuum is the volume of spatial, but the volume of spatial this is to close inside the flange, irrespective of him quell'energy or to beat @@subject or can not be present. If a Universe surfaced out of a vacuum, then in a much less, that the spatial must is existed already.

Takes a tube of ray of the cathode for example. Ossia One the majority of common example of the vacuum in that the electrons do his way of anode to cathode. This so only can spend there is the flange - a tube. Without a tube, a vacuum could not exist. Besides, anything that exists out of a flange i.et. A rest of a Universe, can have any meaning for some electrons inside a tube.

An importance and the importance of flanges was drummed mine to the equal that to pupil in colegiala and the student in University, as it looks mine that in the discussion of vacuums, some discussion has to that be given to a character of a flange.

Inner a moment of a Big Bang, was there any class of flange, any conceptual or real? It is possible that previously to a Big Bang, everything of existence has been contained to the point of zero dimension that has contained also everything of spatial?

Is possible that everything of spatial has been wrapped inside this point of zero dimension in a same way that habladurías of string theory in a wrapping of dimensions?

One of some questions has with a Big Bang how is presented ours dip people, is to be able to conceptualise he in my alcohol. I can imagine the alone point that comprises everything of existence, but the eye of my alcohol is forced to see he of the distance, as I can any one in the actuality imagines the point of zero dimension without in an even creating one spatial concealed leave me to see he of the distance, included although it is everything totally imaginary. Unless I see a point of inner he, but I then the chair would be to take nowhere.

But then arrives mine that is not that they speak in just any old point of zero dimension. In fact we are that they speak to the DEFINITE point of zero dimension duquel so only could have had one; and no only that, in a form or another, calm, me and all the world-wide more was in there while yours, me and all the world-wide more to result you, me and all the world-wide more. That quite frankly, fulfilling implausible and impossible. Has the really stray physics all felt of logic and rationality?

But then ask me, like a conceptualises holograms, or sleeps, or consciousness, although I owe that confess to know afterwards to at all of a physics of holograms.

Whilst The be extremely informative and entertaining, Frank Near little takes also resupplies a lot of lunch for thought and calm take you thinking in another odd and mystifying thing like this - that it is the virtual desk? In his simple plus, is the little rectangle situated in a hand-held side inferior rectum of the your monitor of computer. Using your mouse, can cruised inside this little rectangle to change among 2 or more real desktops.

Can have the hard time that tries to explain like the engineer of software could draw and program this type of application. It involves spent of virtuality, reason a desk is an illusion, still is the good example of as something exits of something more concealed is not in fact at all, but is in fact a manipulation of models of binary bit in the disk of 32- or 64-has bitten words that in realities, is not never empty of full, but whose spatial only looks available to be changing measures.
5 / 5 Micheline
Is not misled for a title: without importance is little book is not , and some of some the majority of deep questions is direct here for Franco Vicino. That is empty space ? That has imported it to cause? Where it is physicist now in sounds to comprise of some laws that governs our universe?

As well as finding possible solutions to at least some of these questions, the reading of At all left that reflects that some giants of classical and modern physics, Newton and Einstein, has not been he so that it has been-wall after all, included when second looks in his less inspired. To insistence of the newton in an existence of ether anticipates a modern view that there is no such thing as 'empty' spatial - all @@subject is takes then is fill with energy, of the like @the subject can be created in the levels that surpasses 2mc². (Elsewhere, in of the Next words, 'an example of 'ether' is an electrical field.') Einstein' hypothesised Constant Cosmological (or force of Lambda), while, which considers his main deception, in fact can be be relieve, although his value is almost immeasurably small, and although to the lambda is no longer required to counter attractive gravitational in a universe to develop (like opposed to a stable one of the opinion received in 1915).

Ossia The defiant book of one very first chapter, in that create punctual in a vacuum is spoken. Like this Near, one querella Aristotelian for an absence of the void expresses these in his clearer form, although I for one that reasoning of Aristotle has found word more look-game that logical irrefutable. The subsequent chapters face some prójimos 2000 years' value of ideas. The majority of knots a lot-the physicists probably will remain to reel, but attention of Next loans to a no-specialist, maintains his slang of explanations-free and analogies of uses that diverse width of impressionist art to roulette so that abstract (and odd!) The cost of concepts forms more concrete.

A text is accompanied for excellent map that illustrates, for example, as some corners of the triangle can total 270°, or like the particles can materialise 'of at all'. One in absorbent, defying and rewarding read, then, for any with an interest in current theory, CERN Big Hadron Collider, a character of a universe and an origin of everything in him.
4 / 5 Larita
Ossia turgidly Writing and very bad phrased, that heads to real misunderstandings when it comes the explanations of scientific concepts.
4 / 5 Marylin
Gosh, The book roughly at all! When he an unnecessary fuss, my late Mamma has used to say in exasperation, ' is doing something out of at all!' Well, I seat vindicated when I have read some other descriptions. It looks he something, in fact, to plot of something, to be fact out of at all.

Unless, ossia, is all the fraud (comprising some descriptions). Perhaps, if it take a book , would find it has contained at all. If I complained it it can take a response, 'Those attended, dummy, of the book has titled wimming' ?'

Dummy Or no, am considering ordering this book. If, I , will read it and report behind.
5 / 5 Tracey
The joy reads books in the level of popular science that considers physics of particle, quantum mechanics, string theory, and cosmology. I have bought this book simply reason have read a lot of books is 'A very short introduction' serious, and has been captivated for a title. I simply found that some contents have not been that interesting, and that some subjects have covered is spoken with to the imagination and the depth more are in other books. I will add that, like the whole, gives one 'A very short introduction to...' Serious 5+ stars.
4 / 5 Jeri
A Very Short Introduction the series is writing for professors of a @@@subject and is aimed partorisca cause intrigue of cross of discipline in a reader that can incite bed and investigations further - and the boy is partorisca achieve well exactly concealed; often they leave more than questions that answered.

At all is an interesting concept ; that is at all? As we have defined at all? If it is an absence partorisca import then there is even more partorisca research like this light, gravity and magnetism all does like this expected in the vacuum. Frank Chiude writes well with relatable analogies that helps partorisca explain some quite big-concepts of finals of quantum theory, string theory and universes and multiple dimensions.

All of these subjects are places is gone in an extremely interesting way that helps to explain that at all never existed, that is coming before? A book is incredibly that the causes thought but done my boss hurt in several points with some concepts when being for real abstract alcohol-boggling things. This can be territory familiarised to quantum physicist and some mathematicians that spends of the hours in purely of theoretical worlds, but I personally struggled with a depth of some of some concepts. This is not the detract of a book this in spite of, is a lot of writing and a logic abounds.

This in spite of, will say that ossia one of a less than interest VSIs - touching to another deeply; Magnetism ,Relativity and finally Physicist of Particle - a last also written for Franco Vicino - like this so that probably they would owe that be recommended reading before it chooses this an up!

For real that the causes have thought, but flits by means of the multiple subjects and you can lose your way.
5 / 5 Floria
Is interested in the a lot of Eurocentric predominantly physical-the technical approximation has based that almost it ignores a lot a lot-European thinking you can have taken. An author, when being the professor of physics, concentrates strongly in a history of discoveries in of the physics in report to this subject. In a start quotes the verse of Prohibition of Rigs and gives a wrong date for him that objective that unable is external of his own field (the hymn of Prohibition of Rigs of the creation is not of 1700 BC but much later). A smattering of Greek philosophy and then his out with a physics.

Him him The small knowledge of physicists could find his need to quote a lot of formulae has bitten it offputting. His diverse fashion drastically of simplistic to on-complex and is not exactly easy reading in of the places. A potted the history of physics is interesting if ossia that loves but is far from a whole history with considerations to a title. That roughly all a theology and philosophy another country regarding a state of at all or a possibility of the vacuum or an absolute? This in spite of, given his blatant error with Rigging the prohibition perhaps is the good work does not try to cover anything external of his field. But in this chance think a title perhaps would owe that it has been 'Exploring Swimming By means of Physical' although he a lot exactly his catchy he?
4 / 5 Alejandro
Frank Chiude has written another excellent popular text. No quite like this as well as his book on Antimatter, but still full of ideas for novice and expert equally.

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4 / 5 Shonna
Formed: Paperback Ossia the good book , this in spite of, the seats need the second edition. It is obviously state updated roughly 2012, but suspicious that this is to be do partorisca add in the paragraphs and of the sections more than some plus detailed that they write animal. Partorisca Chances, near of a start declares that any one knows if the neutrinos have mass. To an end of a book declares that has discovered that do. Frank Chiude is the good writer and I expect that OUP paid partorisca write the fully revised text. Material a lot A students of level would find this useful book; some sections in of the detectors, especially so many and go them partorisca advise partorisca read this.
4 / 5 Hortense
Formed: Paperback An excellent book. Like the-pharmaceutical to time mine found scientific is in the atoms and the molecules and I had paid any heed to some components some small plus of subject.

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5 / 5 Rich
Formed: Paperback Of this series, ossia one of a plus lucidly the examples written. Prof. Near it has the method partorisca draw calm to the quite informal discussion, but with direct examples to illustrate his points, and obvious power. His tone is amiably, and agreed of a way Carl Sagan or Richard Feynman has has communicated ideas; Methodically, still elegantly.

A tone of zones for the basic comprising of a subject is present, and elaborates on some of a terminology used without losing a reader.

There is so only the light misgiving, in this he strays was run to a realm of speculative string theory and the main dimensions in the hasty way approach an end of a book. This relates to some of some earlier chapters in the small way (supersymmetry), but limited to two pages, is everything too imprecise like uninitiated can take garbled.

Another that that, there is enlightened me a lot, and together with a VSI the Relativity, gives the good foundation that can have it the habit to consult material more ambitious.
5 / 5 Mel
Formed: Paperback This series is excellent partorisca like the title suggests, brief introductions. Well written - Franco Near is the scientific author well, has the number of his books.
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Formed: Paperback casualidad has had Any partorisca begin to read the still. Thank you.
5 / 5 Steffanie
Formed: Paperback good book and explains well the plot of a physics of particle at present in a new scottish examination of the main physics.
4 / 5 Gertha
Formed: Paperback Good compact book with concise sections like this easy to take by means of when takings the one of leftover pocolos small.
5 / 5 Temika
Formed: Paperback Partorisca any the one who is interested in of the physicist - and sympathetic some of some odd concepts behind is an ideal book to has graphs/inner of maps partorisca aim like you the things is like this screwy in a quantum world
5 / 5 Neva
Formed: Kindle the edition has found this very useful reservation, although the glossary would have helped enormously. It gives good coverage of a subject integer but has been first writing of a LHC is coming on-line and therefore it is now the little has dated. This in spite of, have found easily can comprise pieces in a LHC and a Higgs Bosone in the bed that this.
5 / 5 Annalisa
Formed: Kindle Edition Frank closes really gives enthusiast like the wonderful idea to a dark box that it is this subject . You will require partorisca be highly to a subject to comprise all says but a book is not partorisca they is partorisca we.
4 / 5 Shanta
Ossia The good book , this in spite of, the chair needs the second edition. It is obviously state updated roughly 2012, but suspicious that this is to be do partorisca add in the paragraphs and of the sections more than some plus detailed that they write animal. Partorisca Chances, near of a start declares that any one knows if the neutrinos have mass. To an end of a book declares that has discovered that do. Frank Chiude is the good writer and I expect that OUP paid partorisca write the fully revised text. Material a lot A students of level would find this useful book; some sections in of the detectors, especially so many and go them partorisca advise partorisca read this.
4 / 5 Janessa
An excellent book. Like the-pharmaceutical to time mine found scientific is in the atoms and the molecules and I had paid any heed to some components some small plus of @@subject.

Prof Concludes resupplies the good overview of a subject in an accessible level. I think that that I comprise more in this @@@subject that before. That was exactly that there is wanted.
5 / 5 Wilhemina
Of this series, ossia one of a plus lucidly the examples written. Prof. Near it has the method to draw calm to the quite informal discussion, but with direct examples to illustrate his points, and obvious power. His tone is amiably, and agreed of a way Carl Sagan or Richard Feynman has has communicated ideas; Methodically, still elegantly.

A tone of zones for the basic comprising of a subject is present, and elaborates on some of a terminology used without losing a reader.

There is so only the light misgiving, in this he strays was run to a realm of speculative string theory and the main dimensions in the hasty way approach an end of a book. This relates to some of some earlier chapters in the small way (supersymmetry), but limited to two pages, is everything too imprecise like uninitiated can take garbled.

Another that that, there is enlightened me a lot, and together with a VSI the Relativity, gives the good foundation that can have it the habit to consult material more ambitious.
4 / 5 Holli
This series is excellent for as the title suggests, brief introductions. Well written - Franco Near is the scientific author well, has the number of his books.
4 / 5 Carl
Good book and explains well the plot of a physics of particle at present in a new scottish examination of the main physics.
4 / 5 Lucien
Has found this very useful reservation, although the glossary would have helped enormously. It gives good coverage of a subject integer but has been first writing of a LHC is coming on-line and therefore it is now the little has dated. This in spite of, have found easily can comprise pieces in a LHC and a Higgs Bosone in the bed that this.
5 / 5 Eliza
For any the one who is interested in of the physicist - and sympathetic some of some odd concepts behind is an ideal book to has graphs/inner of maps to aim like you the things is like this screwy in a quantum world
5 / 5 Jessenia
Frank closes really gives enthusiast like the wonderful idea to a dark box that it is this subject . You will require to be highly to a @@@subject to comprise all says but a book is not for them is for us.
4 / 5 Rosio
Loves this whole series of books. They help it comprises difficult concepts in the useful way. Recommend all the world-wide doing a undergraduate run in the fish of physics some very short introductions serious whole. You pursue well to the along lateralmente an introduction to course of physics of the particle with another book for a mathematics.
5 / 5 Felicia
Brilliant book. It have completed mine the physics of level are for some times have read this and I celery concealed gave the good foundation. In spite of still I seat ossia readable partorisca any without formal education, so only can take the little more with a longitude partorisca take some of some concepts.

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5 / 5 Andrea
Very read, included partorisca people those who do not have any knowledge of underlying science, very written, easy to read owed in a lot of order out of chapters, good introduction to pp
5 / 5 Roland
This book has arrived astonishingly quickly. I love a 'Introduction Very Short' the row of the books there would be a lot hesitation recommend any to order elements of a row.
5 / 5 Ingrid
A book adds that it is easy to comprise. I have used a version of audio.
4 / 5 Bernarda
Good compact book with concise sections like this easy to take by means of when takings the one of leftover pocolos small.
5 / 5 Lewis
One excellent rodeo of a state of the today explained physics in tongue very simple. This rids is not written to impress another academics, is surround he of terrific / explanation of some wonderful developments that has done a discovery of a Higgs possible particle. Frank Chiude is the gifted communicator
4 / 5 Marisol
the text reserves a lot very the find hard to read but excellent reference
5 / 5 Valentine
Excellent, very written and easy to comprise for the subject complex and absolutely fascinating!
5 / 5 Lovella
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4 / 5 Shaun
Are any physicist and like this felt the small quantity of trepidation previously partorisca read this May there is enjoyed he immensely. It likes- one fashion of authors and believe a book was good writing . Has think that a reserve that it can be the complicated @@@subject accessible. They are now roughly partorisca move to some suggestions partorisca read further in an end of a book.
5 / 5 Amado
Is the short introduction but requires careful reading and some knowledge of a subject! I will read it again when has time.
4 / 5 Ola
Excellent rodeo. So only that there is wanted. It can have been the little more with a longitude to give the time for explanation detailed. (Some black holes!!!!).
4 / 5 Cherly
A clear text a lot that adapt of the plot that had forgotten and learning some new material also.
4 / 5 Louie
Frank Chiude cranked was a lot of 'very short intro is' all of them readable, but a lot all compatible in content. This in spite of ossia the good judge of start for any newish to a subject. It recommends.
5 / 5 Gisele
A comprehensible overview of a regular model, has involved enough without resultant incomprehensible to any-expert.
So only downside, the few years out of dates. Movements of physics quickly!
4 / 5 Suzette
Fantastic bed. So only a right quantity and level of information in an excellent step. An excellent mate to other works in a subject with useful glossary and reading further. My new favourite book!
5 / 5 Alica
Interesting read and has some useful practical information partorisca help dip things in context.
4 / 5 Jeanene
A very written introduction and concise to a subject interesting.
5 / 5 Ceola
Ossia The quite small and thin book in A3 measure. They ARE it surrounds it it adds of a @@@subject and in spite of his small measure contains quite a lot of information to warrant ran of him to have the second bed. It resupplies an excellent introduction to a @@@subject but would benefit to be spent to update with recent developments
5 / 5 Sybil
This I found to be an excellent introduction the physics of particle. An enthusiasm of an author for his subject finds very strongly and Frank Near, the one who is the Professor of Physics in Oxford Universities, is obviously very learnt roughly physicist of particle. In that is the short volume (run of one 'A Very Short Introduction' serious) covers the plot of earth in the clear way and without a need for any mathematics. Near it was able to explain some concepts of mine, the no-physical, with very better the clarity that other authors have achieved. The subjects have covered to comprise some particles and of the forces of a Regular Model, anti@subject and a Big Bang. A chapter titled 'As big and small is big and small?' Comprise some fascinating comparisons that marks one appreciates some dimensions, masses and energies of particles.

For mine in pleasant, to park consecrated too spatial, specifically the whole chapter, to some the different accelerators have used to research particles, like cyclotrons and synchrotrons, and explaining some advantages and disadvantages of linear versus the accelerators circulate. Like this, a next chapter has covered exclusively some detectors have used to choose on evidence of particles and collisions of particle. This was like the lesson of history in a crew used in physics of particle, which to my alcohol detracted of a subject main of a book. Consistently, I simply skimmed by means of these two chapters. Of course, ossia my personal opinion and other readers can find this class of information more than absorbs that I have done.

A final chapter is titled 'Questions for a 21st century' in the Next speculates in a character of subject dark, supersymmetry, massive neutrinos, mass (Higgs boson), plasmas of gluon of the quark and a possibility of fines-dimensional universe. Like the book has been published in 2004, and read those nine years later, rests to ask me that the progress is there be these new years in these zones, on and on one a lot-publicised, likely discovery of a Higgs boson.

As well as an indication (which is not necessary in a Kindle version I read) a book usefully comprises the glossary of terms.
5 / 5 Nikki
A book is glorious and one that absorbs read. The only deep knowledge can do easy things to comprise for another and surely ossia a chance here. I have had to learn the little bit of physics of particle to help my edges in his Some studios of level and found this invaluable book.
Now, a bad informative. A kindle the edition is at all possess for the tongues scienziathe and a can not see some diagrams or formulate properly. Zooming Is quite difficult in the majority of some chances and some time you can any one really zoom to see that it is written. And all this apresamiento was yours concentration.
Buys a version of paper.
4 / 5 Gerry
So only am writing to to this likes him the author has done the terrible error that require to give this only 4 stars. Cast a Speed of light in the vacuum, c, likes 30,000 ms^-1 which is the quite big error .

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4 / 5 Keena
Some Very Short Introductions are the educational resource of entity . There is at present on 500 small books that has spent the very wide row of subjects. Although short, some Introductions are substantial in content. All the world would benefit to read these books to expand his knowledge and comprising in of the varied zones of life. The perseverance with some subjects can be required but be prepared to be surprised, enlightened and has enriched.
5 / 5 Juliet
This book assumes that a reader is happy to take all his statements on confidence, without requirement partorisca evidence or convincing argues. It beat on bookmarks/marcadors of claims in particles and of the forces without giving solid evidence partorisca sustain these claims.

True, has chapters that describes some experiences and device, but these never quite constitute justification. They are just fragments of justifications.

Of an empty among the chances and our senses is very big in physics of particle (I.et. More the things am calculated more than literally een') physical of the particle has the very good reason to be especially careful to distinguish among that is fact and that it is theory. In this book has not been engreído that any tentativa has been done to do such distinctions.

Seldom is the claims have linked to the theory has appointed. Instead they are declared so only as if facts.

Obvious questions the sceptics but the reasonable reader could have is ignored. For example, several statements in a behaviour of neutrinos is die but is to say that the neutrinos are incredibly difficult to relieve. It is not that bite it odd? How it is that so much it is known purportedly in neutrinos when it is like this hard closing to know that they exist?

In some signals that are to say that the neutrons and the protons actuate much more concentrate that one orders the particles has thought to do them. This quite question of first order with a theorising is distinguished was, which is well, but brushed averts with a statement that a difference can a lot of east times 'be derived of theory'.

So much, read this book yes wants to be bombed with some names and of the properties of particles that nameless the people believe to exist in a base of unspecified evidence. Not to buy it wants to be convinced by real science.

Sad this looks hard, but seat underestimated for an author, and that has tried to blind me with elegant touching science.
4 / 5 Josefina
Physical of particle
Like this point of start for any interested in physics of particle, ossia an ideal book especially like the precursor to read ‘Nuclear Physics' written for a same author. A book defines in detail some members that the be be designate a zoo of particle, and also a way in that the be be discover. These rows of a chamber of innovative bubble by means of him some predecessors of some big hadron collider in CERN and also identifies some experiences planned for a LHC which has not been operational at the same time this book has been written.
A basic knowledge of physics will be useful in sympathetic a content like a capacity to comprehend a inconceivably the small numbers that relates the measures of particles, his levels of energy and some term of time in that exist. A chapter that extracted antimatter of the subject/exotic particularly is defying particle like this new the varieties are presented in an amazing tax, this in spite of the very comprehensible glossary has taken to maintain the clue of some numerous particles has mentioned here and elsewhere in a book. If your interest in the physics of particle is limited to a book, then this VSI will be the good election to the equal that resupplies an interesting, educational and that absorbs idea to an underlying world-wide particle everything.
5 / 5 Sergio
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Frank Chiude describes a lot of some facets of entities of physics of particle in the compact volume, accessible. It goes further some subjects of normal popular science, achieving the detection of particle, production and a zoo of particle of hadrons. In spite of his accessibility, compact writing Prójima , simple the fashion leaves a coverage of complex subjects beside a basic plus some, that ensures that any reader receives a complete fund of physics of particle to date, while a discussion of a future street of the physics of particle drives a reader to read further and the deep plus that comprises of a subject.

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5 / 5 Mikaela
Is looking for The clear plus that comprises that some scientists in CERN is until - or perhaps calms so only have an impulse to know your baryon of the yours meson - ossia a book to buy . I have read enough the little of some Very Short Introductions, on all the class of subjects, and author Frank Chiude is to be commended to do Physics of Particle one of one much more. It is concise, inspiring, crammed with facts (more than thinking) and no like this anticipated to the equal that to shorten it tentativa to obtain of a beginner the foothold. In short, is an ideal introduction very short.

An author begins with the series of irresistibles done ('Look in a point in an end of this sentence - his ink contains some 100 billions of atoms of carbon') - exactly a class of information that, for me at least, does not fail never the fascinate. This dips a groundwork amiably for what follows: one for one, Frank explains in clear layman is to designate each one that like this of some fundamental particles and forces of a universe. It is everything dips was more clearly that has read anywhere more, and an author is savvy enough to appreciate the curve to learn of a reader (likes section headings like 'To the equal that know this?' Show).

Explains a transfer and load of the quark, something concealed has been long the mystery of mine. Pions, kaons, transmission, neutrinos, Odd quarks and all some other ingredients that touch it exotic of a universe is covered. Finally it finalises with the chapter that detail these zones of physics of particle in the scientific is expecting to spill lighter - a Higgs field, antimatter, supersymmetry, and like this on.

Does not have any critique at all in this excellent little book. Highly recommendeded.
5 / 5 Lewis
This book (deservedly) has the plethora of good descriptions, and I desire to add another to this. In the first place, I have to say that Frank Chiude is one of some writers of the clearest science there is not founding never. His writing is luzcan, still never has simplified on; eloquent, this in spite of any pretentious (different some, Peter Atkins for chances), and this, never import anything more, this the refreshing introduction to a zone of science. Secondly, An also has to that I aim out of just that the information is packed to this pocket-sized volume, as well as his lovely of explanation of reason to know sure facts in his zone of expertise, more than just that declares that it is a chance . It can declare much more, but enough frankly it is state declared enough well for another reviewers. I have loved only action in mine excite of a book.
4 / 5 Shiloh
An excellent introduction to this fascinating subject. Start with basic principles (like that is @@subject, his constituents, that means for energy, and which are some physical forces in a universe), directs a reader to some later experiences of physics of particle. This transition is done a lot of smoothly, without confusing a reader. A book does not contain unecessary mathematical or the information has complicated. It is aimed in a no-specialist the one who has an interest in a @@@subject and master comprehend the few things quickly and easily. I have found this very interesting reservation and very written. Highly I recommend it.
5 / 5 Monnie
Has did not ask never reason is particle accelerator when be built in a world in the macizo (and expensive) stairs, and reason the physicists say that they are like this of entities for one comprising of a Universe? Calm listened often roughly antimatter and subject @of darkness but there is never really known the one who bad? This book will answer these questions, and many more, in the satisfactory way. Frank In firm delivery any one the 'introduction very short', but the deep discussion of a subatomic world in a engrossing way. Has the deep interest in of the physics, although they are not an expert, and this book has has fulfilled totally my expectations.
4 / 5 Jong
Are the defender adds of this series, partially reason have found the period reserves fuller on many of some subjects have covered in a series is shows on cushioned generators. Easily they could have been summarized in a way in that this series achieves like this admirably. This particular book has to that character for his clarity as well as his conciseness. In spite of his period, still has a power the instill marvels regarding a way a subatomic world is structured.
5 / 5 Larry
A Oxford the University press has described his 'Introductions Very Short' as the estimulating and accessible way in the the subject new'.

Whilst Some Introductions are not meant to be the 'dummies drive' or included be the wide introduction (the book can be so only the short test treating once @@subject of niche inside a @@@subject), is of entity that a statement of the general mission on is abided by. A subject when it comes to these books is if a book is writing lucidly and appropriately enough to be 'accessible' to a layman. Generally, a temptation is that expert more described feel a need to indulgently show of his discharge of knowledge in the subject. Any that thinks that that Frank Chiude is aiming was here but this VSI is pithced the way was. For any with the brief interest in Physics of Particle the one who was 'new to a @@@subject' this book does not help.

These leaves to reserve at the beginning well. But finally it gives way to the mass of formulas, and more formulate, and explanations in these formulas, and derivations of these formulas....

Has had to take reading this book - is a prime minister of a series that could not finalise. The totally fruitless result for me. I have not been learning anything and I am resulted increasingly frustrated in a quantity of knowledge has assumed.

Sincerely to Frank Chiude this subject @@@subject so only can be too difficult to simplify. His VSI on At all was effective and accessible. But for reverting behind to a VSI statement of mission: quell'estimulating and accessible way in the the subject new' - this reservation fracasada (for me). Ossia Totally subjective and he so that it can have some people those who find that ossia pertinent as purely I am writing this description like the small word to warn.

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