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Jim has written this book in the easiest and often most humerous way that even a Neanderthal wofmholes understand. Jim Al-Khalili is extremely educated in this field and does a great job of explaining it to the average person.
You need not be a genius to understand the majority of this book. That our past, present and future might all coexist “out there”? Having read the first edition and now the second edition and although I’d recommend this book strongly to anyone with an interest in these topics that isn’t perusing – or has – a degree in physics, I have a couple of gripes I’d like to bring some attention to.
This book deals with the seemingly impossible in a radical way including the infinite. This is a great book for anyone interested in physics and astronomy.
BOOK REVIEW: Black Holes, Wormholes & Time Machines
It could be through conference attendance, group discussion or directed reading to name just a wormholew examples. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Very informative and entertaining at the same time. Showing of 29 reviews. Leading us gently and light-heartedly through the dizzying world of our space and time, he even gives us the recipe for a time machine, capable of taking us Back to the Future, to Alice’s Wonderland, or on a trip with the Terminator.
Al-Khalili is no doubt a master at taking esoteric physics concepts and breaking them down into terms for anyone who has a genuine interest in the topics covered to understand.
All sorts of weird things would stat happening. I lost count and eventually ordered it for my teen science junkie — last Christmas.
I read about twenty pages at a time for about a month. Paperbackpages.
I like Jim as a writer and a presenter and am generally impressed by his work. But overall, I enjoyed it and learned enough to make my brain buzz with all my newly acquired knowledge and ideas. They will disappear from the place they were last seen and spontaneously reappear somewhere else that should, by rights, be inaccessible to them.
He explains shapes of the universe wonderfully earlier on in the book, but doesn’t reference here that the paradox will still exist if the universe is positively curved and closed. If your only a little bit interested in Physics you will be a whole lot more interested in it after you read this book.
Black Holes, Wormholes and Time Machines
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Interesting, if somewhat condescending. It’s easy to read and explains complex topics in a relatively simple manner.
Black Holes, Wormholes and Time Machines by Jim Al-Khalili
I actually read the digital version of this book while sitting in my College Library Yay! The book itself describes the phenomena in question with skill and grace, remembering that this book is meant for laypeople and others unfamiliar with the subject.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Al-Khalili has become a well-known science communicator in machinws UK, with regular appearances on television and radio science documentaries. Trivia About Black Holes, Worm Return to Book Page. It developed from a lecture that the author gave to high-schoolers to recruit them to study physics. I don’t know of another nearly as good and I’ve read a lot of them.