E–pub/Pdf [Brief Answers to the Big uestions] Author Stephen Hawking

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  • Brief Answers to the Big uestions
  • Stephen Hawking
  • English
  • 17 May 2018
  • 9781984819192

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review Brief Answers to the Big uestions Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Ssible for all and was beloved for his mischievous sense of humor At the time of his death Hawking was working on a final project a book compiling his answers to the big uestions that he was so often posed uestions that ranged beyond his academic field Within thes. While there s life there is hope Stephen Hawking was such an inspirational man When he first received his diagnosis he was ready to give up on life he was ready to abandon his studies as his body slowly diminished but with the help of a few friends and loved ones he managed to carry on and complete his work And to his surprise he carried on living beyond what he thought was capable So he made the most of every moment as he pursued his academic goals Be brave be curious be determined overcome the odds It can be done He truly was a great man And the best thing about this book is its simplicity Stephen Hawking is not dealing with simple things here he is dealing with complexities that he has spent his life researching and pondering over Yet for all that he makes it approachable and readable to the everyday reader He knows his audience and he writes for them which is fantastic because with a book like this one could easily have become alienated He was the leading expert in his field of theoretical physics but he knew exactly how to communicate his ideas to the publicAnd that is so important He considers huge uestions in this book uestions about time travel and alternate universes but he discusses them in a friendly way Anybody could read this without getting lost I really do recommend this one It s a book that will make you think and it s a book that will make you appreciate one of the greatest scientists of his generation Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 ranged beyond his academic field Within thes. While there s life there is hope Stephen Hawking was such an inspirational man When he first A Year Down Yonder received his diagnosis he was Getting Naked ready to give up on life he was Invisible Jim Crow ready to abandon his studies as his body slowly diminished but with the help of a few friends and loved ones he managed to carry on and complete his work And to his surprise he carried on living beyond what he thought was capable So he made the most of every moment as he pursued his academic goals Be brave be curious be determined overcome the odds It can be done He truly was a great man And the best thing about this book is its simplicity Stephen Hawking is not dealing with simple things here he is dealing with complexities that he has spent his life The Vault Guide to the Case Interview researching and pondering over Yet for all that he makes it approachable and The Castle Diaries readable to the everyday The Song of the Mockingbird reader He knows his audience and he writes for them which is fantastic because with a book like this one could easily have become alienated He was the leading expert in his field of theoretical physics but he knew exactly how to communicate his ideas to the publicAnd that is so important He considers huge uestions in this book uestions about time travel and alternate universes but he discusses them in a friendly way Anybody could Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star read this without getting lost I Souls in the Great Machine really do Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 recommend this one It s a book that will make you think and it s a book that will make you appreciate one of the greatest scientists of his generation

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review Brief Answers to the Big uestions Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Stephen Hawking was recognized as one of the greatest minds of our time and a figure of inspiration after defying his ALS diagnosis at age twenty one He is known for both his breakthroughs in theoretical physics as well as his ability to make complex concepts acce. A few years ago The Times newspaper ran a headline on the front page which said Hawking God Did Not Create Universe The article was illustrated God was shown in a drawing by Michelangelo looking thunderous They printed a photo of me looking smug They made it look like a duel between us But I don t have a grudge against God I do not want to give the impression that my work is about proving or disproving the existence of God My work is about finding a rational framework to understand the universe around usCatechist atheist agnostic I ve been there So naturally my main interest in this book is that haunting uestion regarding the existence of a god the creation of things I had faith I don t know where it went perhaps a part of it went with the books I ve read that made it impossible for me to absorb some notions without uestioning them I told a priest once and he looked at me as if I were selling drugs and tickets to strip clubs at school not without expressing how presumptuous human beings are for wanting to know everything A similar reaction is mentioned in this bookNeedless remarks aside a feeble faith tinged with fear whereas it represents some obvious disadvantages keeps the mind open What do you have The laws of nature or a self existent and eternal being that created time and space The complete absence of destiny or someone to blame for lousy decisions The serenity of dust or the afterlife on whichever side you get because you believe or you don t There is no wager here There s a chance that an omniscient designer is going to notice that you re believing just in case I prefer the afterlife Hawking describes wishful thinking This scientist key factor in singularities and father of Hawking Radiation is also the master of analogies The content of this book is a pedagogic challenge and yet he makes it approachable Some ideas and uotes appear than once throughout the book those already familiar with Hawking s work may be less enthusiastic about this but I didn t mind resources for me to retain rather complex processes while there s still light Some of the Big uestions and one sentence uotesIs there a GodIf you accept as I do that the laws of nature are fixed then it doesn t take long to ask what role is there for GodHow did it all beginWe are the product of uantum fluctuations in the very early universeIs there other intelligent life in the universeI shall take this intelligent life to include the human race even though much of its behaviour throughout history has been pretty stupid and not calculated to aid survival of the speciesWhat is inside a black holeBlack holes are stranger than anything dreamed up by science fiction writers but they are firmly matters of science factIs time travel possible There was a young lady of Wight Who travelled much faster than lightShe departed one day In a relative way And arrived on the previous night How do we shape the futureIf you know how something works you can control itThe book includes comments of those who knew Hawking teacher mentor and friend Oct 27 18 Also on my blog Photo credit NASACXCMWeiss Rules of the Knife Fight recognized as one of the greatest minds of our time and a figure of inspiration after defying his ALS diagnosis at age twenty one He is known for both his breakthroughs in theoretical physics as well as his ability to make complex concepts acce. 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review Brief Answers to the Big uestions Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB E pages he provides his personal views on our biggest challenges as a human race and where we as a planet are heading next Each section will be introduced by a leading thinker offering his or her own insight into Professor Hawking's contribution to our understandi. Why 3 stars if the book is well writtenWell there is NOTHING NEWHe just said again and again what he always saidMaybe it should be sold as Hawking in 90 minutes or Hawking for DummiesYes his life was really RICH in experiencies and pain and fight to overcome an ammount of things that almost nobody could butAt the end I did not feel any answer just plain stabilishment cientific thinkingNot enough for me