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“Hawking’s parting gift to humanity .
From the bestselling author of Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, a concise, elegant exploration of time that makes an excellent holiday gift.
Humanity's understanding of the physical world is full of gaps. Not tiny little gaps you can safely ignore —there are huge yawning voids in our basic notions of how the world works.
For millennia, we have looked up at the stars and wondered whether we are alone in the universe, but in the last few years—as our probes begin to escape the solar system, and our telescopes reveal thousands of Earthlike planets—scientists have taken huge leaps toward an answer.
Deepak Chopra joins forces with leading physicist Menas Kafatos to explore some of the most important and baffling questions about our place in the world.
Could there be other universes.
In Parallel Worlds, world-renowned physicist and bestselling author Michio Kaku—an author who “has a knack for bringing the most ethereal ideas down to earth” (Wall Street Journal)—takes readers on a fascinating tour of cosmology, M-theory, and its implications for the fate of the universe.
.Publishers Weekly #1 Most Anticipated Science Book of Spring 2016.
"You will be enthralled." — Wall Street Journal
"A tour de force." — Salon.com
Already internationally acclaimed for his elegant, lucid writing on the most challenging notions in modern physics, Sean Carroll is emerging as one of the greatest humanist thinkers of his generation as he brings his extraordinary intellect to bear not only on Higgs bosons and extra dimensions but now also on our deepest personal questions.
“One of the year’s most entrancing books about science.”—The Wall Street Journal
Witty and thought provoking, two Vatican astronomers shed
provocative light on some of the strange places where religion and
“Imagine if a Martian showed up, all big ears and big nose like a child’s drawing, and he asked to be baptized.