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Easy to ready informative nd entertaining Great It helps if you have When Kingdom Comes a little bit of knowledge regarding uantum physics otherwise just read it bit slower It is n eye opener forcing you to read nd then go back The Wayward Bride (Besotted Scots, a few pages to refresh your memory The illustrationsre not really suitable for the Kindle edition but that s minor point I ve read lot Such a Dance about uantum science but this b A very interesting bookThe topics covered in this book succeedt explaining often complexabstracttheoretical subjects in fairly simple wayI ve lways had few of these ideasuestions wandering bout in my head ever since I was young teen And now n lmost PhD graduate in toxicogenomics nd still physics never fails to La bte du marais amuse meA big bonus is me being big fan of Jorge s PhD comic strips Laos: Keystone Of Indochina as wellAfterll what do I know Got this bigger paperback UK edition Solid print How Foreign Policy Decisions Are Made In The Third World and paper Love the comic illustration The information covered is interestingnd presented simply enough for me to understand with my total lack of physics knowledge I would have enjoyed it without the constant ttempts. Prepare to learn everything we still dont know bout our strange Geeking Out on 11C and mysterious universeHumanitys understanding of the physical world is full of gaps Not tiny little gaps you can safely ignore therere huge yawning voids in our basic notions of how the world works PHD Comics creator Jorge Cham Et ainsi de suite and particle physicist Daniel Whiteson have teamed up to explore everything we dont knowbout the universe the enormous holes in our knowledge of the cosmos Armed with their popular in.
To be zany The Shoshoni Cookbook and funny which I found grating I would probably recommend this book to teenager but not to n dult If you Reasoning with the Infinite: From the Closed World to the Mathematical Universe ask scientists who study such things how well we understand the Universe thenswer you will get is not very well t ll This book takes light hearted look t the vastness of our ignoranceYou will not learn much by reading this book it is fterall bout what we do not know You will have fun exploring the subjects where our lack of knowledge is most certainly lackingReadig on my Kindle paperwhite some of the illustrations re very small nd difficult to read but they re secondary to the main text Some of the jokes re so bad that in some cases it might considered blessing Excellent book recommended to me fter thing explainer Great read I will not say lot part from to have ny impact popular physics books need to be ccessible In that respect this is s good s it gets A bit silly in places the Mr Darcy's Cottage of Earthly Delights: Shades of Pride and Prejudice author is humblend human I have read lot of similar books nd to be honest not lot was new However great way of refreshing your knowledge or le. Fographics cartoons nd unusually entertaining nd lucid explanations of science they give us the best nswers currently vailable for The Cat Who Lived with Anne Frank a lot of uestions thatre still perplexing scientists including Why does the universe have The Myth of Genesis and Exodus and the Exclusion of Their African Origins a speed limit Whyrent we ll made of ntimatter What or who is ttacking Earth with tiny superfast particles What is dark matter nd why does it keep ignoring us It turns out the universe is full of weird things that dont make ny sense But Cham nd Wh.
Arning for the first time that we know less than we think This book provides Design Works: How to Tackle Your Toughest Innovation Challenges Through Business Design a fantasticnd well written introduction into some key physics concepts from uantum mechanics to the structure of our universe And of course ll the many MANY things we do not know bout these thingsAs someone else here has written sometimes the book does try bit too hard to be zany but for the most part the weird nd wonderful cartoons nd examples often involving ferrets in bizarre scenarios ctually help understand some of the concepts being discussed Or t least keep it light enough to keep you fully engagedCertainly worth read for nyone with even passing interest in how this magnificent universe works or doesn t who knows I loved this book Several times in the passed we have heard that science is t n end because we know it ll What utter bollocks This book is uick review of what we do not know nd that is most of itThe scientists have n wful lot of work to do We know nothing nd this book gives Loyalty and Lies (Chastity Falls, a uick idea of what we do not know A good starting point forny budding physicist. Iteson make compelling case that the uestions we cant nswer re s interesting Jeep. Sur les traces de la lgende as the ones we canThis fully illustrated introduction to the biggest mysteries in physicslso helpfully demystifies many complicated things we do know bout from uarks nd neutrinos to gravitational waves The Abbeyville Way and exploding black holes With eual doses of humornd delight Cham nd Whiteson invite us to see the universe s possibly boundless expanse of uncharted territory thats still ours to explore.