Hiperespacio (Booket Ciencia) | Michio Kaku, Javier García Sanz | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the 10th Dimension (, ISBN ) is a book by Michio Kaku. Hyperspace has ratings and reviews. Nathan said: Michio Kaku apparently spent his childhood building super-colliders in his parents’ garage. I.
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After an overview in these theories you begin to see the dichotomy between the two and how string theory represents a possibly elegant solution to unify all the laws of physics under a single theory. The universe itself, composed of countless vibrating strings, would then be comparable to a symphony.
In doing so, he should be admired. But why shouldn’t they? Jan 28, Macoco G. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Once you start getting into quantum theory and its mathematics things get a little strange and complicated. What a terrific read. This explains the richness of the particles in nature. A good book to think over this possibility.
Preview — Hyperspace by Michio Kaku. Good book for someone well versed in mathematics or physics. In this book he uses what we know about quantum phy Michio Kaku apparently spent his childhood building super-colliders in his parents’ garage. Feb 23, Benjamin Park rated it really liked it.
He sprinkles miciho book with entertaining and informative anecdotes and his passion for the topic is infectious. Lot of information here. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.
I enjoy the topics discussed, but they need to be broken down in a way in which anyone could understand and relate to. But of course, it’s sexy to act like you’re smart — and when someone like Dr. I really enjoyed this uiperespacio. Who needs religion when the world and its parts just keep going and going and going? Feb 10, Chris rated it liked it Shelves: Enjoy your trip down the rabbit hole.
I definitely feel smarter having read this book.
Hyperspace (book) – Wikipedia
Matter, space as we know sooner or later will turn to a new paradigm. The cornerstone of Hyperspace theory is that there were 10 dimensions for a fraction of a fraction of time in the first fraction of time of existence for this universe, but 6 of them probably don’t exist since. However, it seems to me that being blessed with the intellect to divine the ultimate secrets of nature gives meaning enough to life.
Well the novel Dark Matter to be precise. While the chapter names were intriguing and there were interesting anecdotes in each chapter, it was still slightly too boring, even with the pictures, for me to read into and understand the developments of modern physics. Was waiting for a more current book, but started this in the interim.
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However, the book opens really nicely with very vivid and amazing explanations of just how freaky hyperspace can be as well as the implications for the world of physics. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone interested in Quantum Physics.
Nov 30, David rated it liked it Shelves: Some of the pictures used to describe the physics made me laugh, particularly the one with Einstein staring at dinosaurs and the dinosaurs staring back.
As the author states many times in the book, you begin to see how the laws of physics can be much more elegantly and beautifully expressed when brought into higher dimensions, an intriguing and fascinating concept.
His uncanny ability to make even the most esoteric theories of cosmology understandable at least from a high-level makes Hyperspace an engaging read for any laymen pondering the wonders of the universe. There wasn’t much holding it together, i.
Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist at the City College of New Yorkbest-selling author, a hipperespacio, and a communicator and popularizer of science.
Lists with This Book. Although most of the stuff about String theory and 10 dimensions was largely not understood, the book in itself was very engrossing.
Michio Kaku did a kku job of explaining to the layman scientific possibilities often depicted hipereslacio sci-fi. It also seemed to ramble on with analogies that weren’t that great to follow, eg the wood vs marble and flatland comparisons. Views Read Edit View history. In this book he uses what we know about quantum physics to explore possibilities formerly relegated exclusively to science fiction.
An introduction to non-Euclidian geometry, string theory, and related concepts. Apr 26, Brendan Carroll rated it it was amazing.
Alex Shrugged I’ve read both. En esta coleccion, quiza la mas ambiciosa de todas las de divulgacion cientifica que se editan en espanol, se han publicado obras de Stephen Jay Gould, Carl Sagan, lan Stewart, Edward O.