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Kip Thorne is the Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics Emeritus at Caltech, an executive producer for Interstellar, and the author of books including the bestselling Black Holes and Time Warps. He lives in Pasadena, California. Stephen W. Hawking is a theoretical physicist and cosmologist. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a lifetime member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and in 2009 was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States.

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4.0 su 5 stelle A brief history of physics 17 giugno 2016
Di T. Dunn - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is a discussion of the work of leading physicists and their work bassed on relativity and quantum physics. The author introduces them and discusses their work and discoveries. The writing presents sophisticated material about as clearly as can be done. We learn about some of the personalities and interactions between the physicists from someone that was there.

It's a good read for anyone interested in relativity and modern physics.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Pulls you right in! 10 gennaio 2000
Di Gerald Kaiser - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
This is the story of the some most exciting scientific developments to date, spanning the entire twentieth century, as delightfully told by one of its main actors. Without the least condescension, the author takes great pains to make difficult technical concepts (almost) accessible to the lay reader. He clearly works on the assumption that the reader is intelligent and curious, though not necessarily knowledgeable in physics or mathematics. (It is probably not a coincidence that Kip Thorne is the Richard Feynman Professor of Physics at Caltech!) Furthermore, being very much on the "inside," Thorne succeeds in telling a very human story about the amazing characters involved in the search, thus giving lots of insights into the way science is practiced around the world. The end of the story will probably be revealed sometime in the twenty-first century when, in the words of John Archibald Wheeler, the theories of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics "consume their fiery marriage." Thanks, Kip -- I can't wait for the sequel ...
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5.0 su 5 stelle Can't Imagine a Better Written Book on the Topic 5 giugno 2002
Di Muddy Moe - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I was a bit wary that the subject matter might be too specific, as I'm interested in general cosmology and particularly the origin and development of the early universe. But after reading "The First Three Minutes" and consulting other reviews, I thought this might be a good continuation of my education of the nature of spacetime. It was.
Kip Thorne uses excellent storyline type examples to get the reader "hooked" on the nature of black holes and then dives into the detail with sufficient rigor to give the intelligent layperson a much better understanding of black holes, but not so deeply technical to be unreadable to the non-professional.
Thorne also intertwines the technical discussions with anecdotes from his interaction with the key physicists of the 20th century. These anecdotes are almost as interesting as the technical discussion itself.
An excellent read all around. One of the better physics/cosmology books I've read.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Engaging, pleasant read... 17 marzo 2005
Di Ken - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Sadly the vast majority of people in physics are jerks. You really wouldn't want to spend any time around them at all. And this comes through in their writing. Thorne appears to be a bit of an exception. He has a genuine interest in the history of the subject and a fairly restrained view of his role in it. He has an unusually mature and accurate view of the true interactions and contributions of all the players involved in modern science, especially for someone who has spent a lifetime in academia. I know that sounds unusual, but in general members of academia seem to have the least realistic conception of the process they "participate" in on a daily basis and it is refreshing that Thorne appears to be an exception.

The concepts covered are very accessible. In a few places I did find myself taking his analogies and thought experiments to places that left probing questions unanswered - but of course this is to be expected. If analogies and 2D projections of 4-space could really explain it all there'd be no reason for the awful math involved in general relativity.

In short a top notch work for the interested lay reader. And a fun history lesson to boot.
5.0 su 5 stelle A scientific page turner! 18 settembre 2016
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Everything I expected and then some! A great author who has the expertise in his field of study!

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