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Hyperspace By Michio Kaku Hyperspace Czy opr cz znanych nam z ycia codziennego trzech wymiar w istniej inne Czy mo liwe s podr e w czasie Czy czarne dziury s wrotami do innych wiat w Czy ludzko prze yje mier wszech wiata Jeszcze niedawno

  • Title: Hyperspace
  • Author: Michio Kaku
  • ISBN: 9780192861894
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hyperspace By Michio Kaku Czy opr cz znanych nam z ycia codziennego trzech wymiar w istniej inne Czy mo liwe s podr e w czasie Czy czarne dziury s wrotami do innych wiat w Czy ludzko prze yje mier wszech wiata Jeszcze niedawno uczeni odrzucali tego rodzaju pomys y jako dziwaczne spekulacje, dzisiaj znajduj si one w r d najwa niejszych temat w podejmowanych przez nauk Rozpoczynaj cCzy opr cz znanych nam z ycia codziennego trzech wymiar w istniej inne Czy mo liwe s podr e w czasie Czy czarne dziury s wrotami do innych wiat w Czy ludzko prze yje mier wszech wiata Jeszcze niedawno uczeni odrzucali tego rodzaju pomys y jako dziwaczne spekulacje, dzisiaj znajduj si one w r d najwa niejszych temat w podejmowanych przez nauk Rozpoczynaj c tam, gdzie ko czy si Kr tka historia czasu Stephena Hawkinga, Michio Kaku, profesor fizyki, wyk adowca na Uniwersytecie w Nowym Jorku, przyst pnie i w porywaj cy spos b popularyzuje wyniki bada nad wielowymiarowymi przestrzeniami, p tlami czasowymi i wszech wiatami wielokrotnymi.
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    1. Nathan on said:

      Michio Kaku apparently spent his childhood building super colliders in his parents garage It paid off He s clearly brilliant, and best of all, he s not lost his imagination One sad fact of modern physicists is that precious few of them have any imagination, and are incapable of thought experiments and relative flights of fantasy As Kaku has pointed out, fantasy fueled great discoveries in science than pure science ever did on its own In this book he uses what we know about quantum physics to ex [...]

    2. Carlos Coral on said:

      This is the book that allowed me to fool an entire room of graduate students into thinking I was utterly Brilliant It is a really good crash course on just what the hell Quantum, String, Unified Field Theory ad Superstring actually are Lays down the history and concepts in a way that makes sense and makes you get it.Particularly savvy readers will start making the other logical leaps If we are thinking energy vibrating along a 10 dimensional string, what does that say about the frequency of sent [...]

    3. Kelvin on said:

      DNF at chapter 10 It was a bit too dry and technical for me 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 There wasn t much holding it together, i.e the book only follows the overthrow of each theory as its organizing structure It also seemed to ramble on with analogies that weren t that great to follow, eg the wood vs mar [...]

    4. Jimmy Ele on said:

      5 stars for his lessons on physics, science, and mathematics No stars for his musings on religion, god, and evolution.

    5. Steve on said:

      If you ve thought science is dull or perhaps too far beyond you, then please meet Michio Kaku He writes about theoretical physics in a way that will fill you with wonder and possibility He takes what would otherwise be very complex concepts and conveys them using metaphors that every average joe can understand The number of a ha moments I had reading this book were too many to count What a terrific read.

    6. Shawna on said:

      This is one of the popular science books that got me so interested in doing physics in the first place Accessible to me before I even took a physics class, it should be accessible to most anyone with interest Very interesting questions raised about space and time parallel universes etc New ideas as of date published 1994 are discussed in a non technical way Also, very well written and easy to read with humor and everything.

    7. David on said:

      Started strong An introduction to non Euclidian geometry, string theory, and related concepts Made me fantasize about learning the math Got and speculative toward the end, and not so interestingly so Like many books, this one would have been improved by a ruthless editor Still, worth a read if the topic interests you.

    8. kesseljunkie on said:

      It was OK just because the science fiction at the end was a lot of fun.Dr Kaku alternates through two styles talking to the reader like they re completely stupid and then talking to them like they ve taken a college physics class I m neither, I understood what he was writing, and was just insulted 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 exi [...]

    9. Macoco G.M. on said:

      Un libro fant stico para descubrir una nueva perspectiva del universo.

    10. Marc on said:

      Michio Kaku makes some amazingly complex and mind bending concepts accessible to the lay reader i.e me, and maybe you, too, if you re also not a physicist He sprinkles the book with entertaining and informative anecdotes and his passion for the topic is infectious Still, I shudder to think that no author ever addresses Schr dinger s ailurophobia Here s hoping the 6 dimensional universe opens up just as this one closes

    11. Rich Paz on said:

      I am now officially a Michio Kaku fan This book explains physics as it should be taught in school His simplistic approach begs the reader for information I also love physics now because I understand it a lot thanks to Mr Kaku s books The school systems should think about this book as part of their cirriculum to teach the importance of understanding physics Highly recommended.

    12. Aloha on said:

      Michio Kaku did a terrific job of explaining to the layman scientific possibilities often depicted in sci fi.

    13. Aenea Jones on said:

      I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone interested in Quantum Physics.Kaku covers both the basics Schroedinger s Cat, Heisenberg s uncertainty principle, double slit experiment, etc and the newest insights into the String Theory One reason why his books are so popular is because he manages to explain difficult and logic defying processes in an understandable way.

    14. Denise on said:

      I really enjoyed this book As a sci fi junky with a degree in music, I am very pleased with how much of it I understood Kaku writes in a way that is accessible to people with little background in science Some of the really abstract concepts went over my head but the majority was fairly easy to understand I definitely feel smarter having read this book.

    15. Ricardo on said:

      It s up there, though not as accessible, as Hawking s A Brief History of Time and The Universe in a Nutshell Dr Kaku does spend a considerable time walking the reader through how the theories of space time and hyperspace arose and some of the historical and mathematical stuff can be a little dense 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 The book also ends really well [...]

    16. Brian on said:

      Kaku takes his readers on an amazing journey from Big Bang to the end of time 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.

    17. Ricardo Acuña on said:

      One of the most intriguing theories in the modern physics is the probable existence of a multidimensional time space reality Matter, space as we know sooner or later will turn to a new paradigm A good book to think over this possibility

    18. Lydia on said:

      Universes curled up into the size of a pencil eraser Incredible brain food Who needs religion when the world and its parts just keep going and going and going.

    19. Logan on said:

      Intriguing topics and Dr Kaku is one of the few people who writes for the science enthusiast Lot of information here However, it was not conveyed in terms understandable for the general reader Multitude of topics discussed without ever being broken down as to why I should care or what that means in terms I can relate to Good book for someone well versed in mathematics or physics I enjoy the topics discussed, but they need to be broken down in a way in which anyone could understand and relate to. [...]

    20. Ameya on said:

      Although most of the stuff about String theory and 10 dimensions was largely not understood, the book in itself was very engrossing I liked the history of the development of the theories of higher dimensions It was surprising to know a lot of the development started in the 19th century.

    21. Benjamin Park on said:

      Hyperspace makes the obtuse and opaque concepts of theoretical physics accessible to anyone with an interest in science I was delighted to learn about the world of physics that lies beyond the three dimensions that we perceive I did find parts of the book to be too dense or technical so I just skipped over those sections.

    22. Chris on said:

      Whew The evolution of theoretical physics up to 1994 Was waiting for a current book, but started this in the interim Part I, the first four chapters and Parts III IV, which covered 6 chapters were pretty easy to read for this non physics person and quite interesting especially those things involving cosmology Part II, had my brain often saying Whaaaat More technical definitely So why would a non physics person, much less theoretical physics want to read this book Well the novel Dark Matter to b [...]

    23. Jim Nielsen on said:

      I found this to be an enjoyable, relatively accessible look at some of the most advanced theories of physics and mathematics in modern science Granted, I didn t understand everything in this book, The overview on the brilliant theories of specific and general relativity and their consequences I found fascinating and understandable Once you start getting into quantum theory and its mathematics things get a little strange and complicated But why shouldn t they Quantum mechanics, as the author expl [...]

    24. Amet Alvirde on said:

      Ayer no pude parar de leer hasta terminar Este libro es realmente bueno Kaku tiene una did ctica bastante agradable y el libro est plagado de explicaciones meditadas para ser lo m s sencillas posibles a pesar de la complejidad de los temas tratados Es un excelente libro de referencia y descubres datos curiosos que jam s te habr as imaginado.El nico contra es que ahora se encuentra desactualizado porque es pre higgs y pre colisionador franco suizo de hadrones As que hay algunas an cdotas, plantea [...]

    25. gabrielle on said:

      another amazing theoretical physics book for the general population i ve re read this one several times too Dr Kaku is an inspirationis quote is one of my all time favorites We now believe that the mind of God is music reverberating through 10 dimensional hyperspace Dr Michio Kakuthis book explores so many fantastic ideas worm holes, parallel universes and things you only thought were possible in Sci Fi TV films will challenge you to think and look at the world in a whole new way If you ve never [...]

    26. Bob Parks on said:

      Good general history of 20th century physics I enjoyed the layout of the book first half of the book is the history of hyperspace, second half is what can come out of the theory Loved this part Wormholes, time travel, black holes and the death of the universe The author does a good job bringing in sci fi stories to explain or illustrate the various theories Some times he would go off on a tangent and try to bring the point back in a rough way.

    27. Shane on said:

      I was really enjoying the book, until he went off on predicting the future and I totally lost interest I only finished because I usually finish books that I start It s definitely for people with at least a basic idea of scientific principles.Kaku writes well, but unless you re really interested in the subject he s not the clearest.

    28. André on said:

      This is truly an extensive guide to quantum mechanics, cosmology and the physics of the smallest and the largest Not as simplified than Stephen Hawking s books, but still not too difficult to comprehend.

    29. Adri on said:

      I really liked this book I ve read astrophysics books in the past, but none of them helped me understand the concepts as well as this one has Yes, it is old, but many of the concepts can still be applied today.

    30. Phred Padgett on said:

      Mr Kaku is brilliant in that he writes so that even I can almost understand string theory In fact, this book is hard to put down the content fascinates.I learned a lot, it needs to be reread.

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