Cosmos

Cosmos

Cosmos has 13 heavily illustrated chapters, corresponding to the 13 episodes of the Cosmos television series. In the book, Sagan explores 15 billion years of cosmic evolution and the development of science and civilization. Cosmos traces the origins of knowledge and the scientific method, mixing science and philosophy, and speculates to the future of science. The book also Cosmos has 13 heavily illustrated chapters, corresponding to the 13 episodes of the Cosmos television series. In the book...

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Title:Cosmos
Author:Carl Sagan
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Genres:Science
ISBN:Cosmos
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

Cosmos Reviews

  • Deb
    Apr 27, 2007

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

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    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

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    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

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    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

  • Rob
    Jan 27, 2008

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

  • Z
    Aug 10, 2008

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

  • Esther
    Sep 08, 2007

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

  • Tony
    Sep 12, 2007

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

  • Bettie☯
    Feb 28, 2009

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

  • Joseph
    Nov 23, 2017

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

  • Daniella
    Oct 30, 2008

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

  • Brian
    Jan 24, 2012

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

  • Lewis Weinstein
    Jun 09, 2018

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

  • Saud Omar
    Oct 04, 2010

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

  • Kalliope
    Dec 20, 2014

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

  • رحمان
    Apr 17, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

  • ade_reads
    Oct 31, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

  • Mohammed
    Oct 28, 2017

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

  • Asma
    Jul 15, 2017

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

    It took me long to read it, but it was worth it. First thing that captivates me that despite being a nonfiction scientific book, Carl Sagan described the whole universe, explained the science in such a poetic and eloquent way that you would think he is a romantic poet! And the parts ab...

    "Okumaya neden bu kadar gec kalmisim ki?" diye kendi kendime sordum bitirdigimde. Inceleme yazmak icin biraz bekledim. Cunku ne yazmaliyim ya da kafamdakileri nasil anlatmaliyim bir fikrim yoktu ilk defa. Beni en cok etkileyen seylerden biri Iskenderiye Kutuphanesi yakilinca neleri yit...

    Highly recommended for people who have a little interest in astrophysics :) ...

    Kind of want to change the rating of everything I've read just so Cosmos can have 5 stars and Cosmos alone. ...

  • Muhammad Shakhawat Hossain
    Feb 13, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

    It took me long to read it, but it was worth it. First thing that captivates me that despite being a nonfiction scientific book, Carl Sagan described the whole universe, explained the science in such a poetic and eloquent way that you would think he is a romantic poet! And the parts ab...

    "Okumaya neden bu kadar gec kalmisim ki?" diye kendi kendime sordum bitirdigimde. Inceleme yazmak icin biraz bekledim. Cunku ne yazmaliyim ya da kafamdakileri nasil anlatmaliyim bir fikrim yoktu ilk defa. Beni en cok etkileyen seylerden biri Iskenderiye Kutuphanesi yakilinca neleri yit...

    Highly recommended for people who have a little interest in astrophysics :) ...

    Kind of want to change the rating of everything I've read just so Cosmos can have 5 stars and Cosmos alone. ...

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  • rahul
    Jun 10, 2014

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

  • Huda Yahya
    May 21, 2012

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    Nov 18, 2017

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

  • Samadrita
    Nov 02, 2012

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

  • Speranza
    Oct 22, 2015

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

  • Abubakar Mehdi
    Nov 06, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

  • Laila
    Feb 13, 2015

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

    It took me long to read it, but it was worth it. First thing that captivates me that despite being a nonfiction scientific book, Carl Sagan described the whole universe, explained the science in such a poetic and eloquent way that you would think he is a romantic poet! And the parts ab...

    "Okumaya neden bu kadar gec kalmisim ki?" diye kendi kendime sordum bitirdigimde. Inceleme yazmak icin biraz bekledim. Cunku ne yazmaliyim ya da kafamdakileri nasil anlatmaliyim bir fikrim yoktu ilk defa. Beni en cok etkileyen seylerden biri Iskenderiye Kutuphanesi yakilinca neleri yit...

  • Duane
    Oct 09, 2014

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

  • TS Chan
    Mar 26, 2018

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

  • Shahad takleef
    Jun 17, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

  • Nərmin
    Nov 22, 2014

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

    It took me long to read it, but it was worth it. First thing that captivates me that despite being a nonfiction scientific book, Carl Sagan described the whole universe, explained the science in such a poetic and eloquent way that you would think he is a romantic poet! And the parts ab...

  • Vusal  Rasulzade
    Jan 24, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...

    The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. On this shore, we've learned most of what we know. Recently, we've waded a little way out, maybe ankle-deep, and the water seems inviting. Some part of our being knows this is where we came from. We long to return and we c...

    In the beginning there was a bang, and it was big. Stupendous. The universe as we know it, began. Time itself started to tick and tock. Space was appearing seemingly out of nothingness, as it continues to do so still. Intense heat and energy were produced. And from them matter coalesce...

    This is one of those kind of books that comes along every few years that is so fantastic that you purposely drag out reading it in order to savor its awesomeness. It doesn't matter that it was written 25+ years ago, pre-Hubble telescope, before the fall of the USSR, etc. - Sagan's insi...

    It took me long to read it, but it was worth it. First thing that captivates me that despite being a nonfiction scientific book, Carl Sagan described the whole universe, explained the science in such a poetic and eloquent way that you would think he is a romantic poet! And the parts ab...

    "Okumaya neden bu kadar gec kalmisim ki?" diye kendi kendime sordum bitirdigimde. Inceleme yazmak icin biraz bekledim. Cunku ne yazmaliyim ya da kafamdakileri nasil anlatmaliyim bir fikrim yoktu ilk defa. Beni en cok etkileyen seylerden biri Iskenderiye Kutuphanesi yakilinca neleri yit...

    Highly recommended for people who have a little interest in astrophysics :) ...

  • Pawan Mishra
    Aug 25, 2016

    Can I give this one ten stars? If I had a religion, I would be a Carl Saganian. Love him so much. ...

    ?? ?????? ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ? ???? ???? ??? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??? ?????? ???? ! ??? ??????? ?? ...

    I wonder what Carl Sagan may have thought of 9/11 and the world in the new millennium, a strife-torn place which is being shaken up and shaken out every moment. I imagine the civil but slightly horrified and slightly bemused tone he may have employed while talking about the Iraq and Af...

    The Star system in GR is absolutely inadequate for rating this book. Gosh, I should not use the term ?absolutely? for something in which everything orbits around relativity. Anyway, I think something like this would give a better idea of my opinion about this book: my ...

    I saw the TV series years before I read the book. I'm glad I did; I was able to project the image and voice of Carl Sagan into the words on the page. If there is a better science related, non-fiction book out there, please, someone point it out to me. Revised Oct. 2017. ...

    ?? ??????: ?????? ????? ???? ?? ???? https://saudomar.wordpress.com *** ?? ??? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????, ?? ?? ??? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ??????, ??? ????? ?...

    I'm not sure what I could possibly say about Cosmos that hasn't already been said by countless others in the 28 years since its publication, and likely in a far more intelligent and eloquent way than I ever could. But upon recently reading this book for the first time (which may seem a...

    A five stars to this book. Stars borrowed from skies that I witnessed when I was eight or maybe ten and would wake up early at pre-dawn, because that was the best time for star gazing after all. To read Mr.Sagan, the words so simple describing the Universe so complex. To read a s...

    Carl Sagan was a good writer. For a scientist, his prose had a literary style that is enjoyable to read, and he injected a sense of philosophy into his passionate account of the origins and marvels of the cosmos. I do find that the delivery was quite heavy-handed in trying to insti...

    Science is changing the way we see the universe at a rapid pace. Black holes, gravity waves, Higgs boson, and dark matter were (mathematical) theories a generation ago. Today they are reality. Popular science television shows can teach the public about quantum theory but anything over ...

    Let's put it simply. Cosmos is required reading for everyone who lives on this planet. It will give you a sense of perspective that nothing else can -- no lofty ideology, no omniscient religion, no inspiring quotations can explain things quite as clearly as Carl Sagan's treatise on sci...

    Re-visit 2016: 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean: After an introduction by Ann Druyan, including the benefits of the end of the Cold War, Carl Sagan opens the program with a description of the cosmos and a "Spaceship of the Imagination" (shaped like a dandelion seed). The ship j...

    ? The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us - there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteri...

    Wonderful perspectives, marvelous photos and drawings, beautifully written ... considers the hugeness of space and the tiniest atom, all connected ... somehow ... Cosmos has stood the test of time (yes, that's a pun) ... I have read several books on this topic in preparation for a cour...

    ?? ??? ???? ???? ??????? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ??? ??? ?????? ??? ???????? ??? 11 ??? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ???? ??????? ?????...

    This book was my bible when I was an enemy of God. As a stubbornly devout atheist, this was the book I turned to for justification of my proud and arrogant rejection of my Creator. Instead of reading this pile of conjecture, I recommend reading the Holy Bible (then get on your knees an...

    A gorgeous book in every possible way. From the lush illustration and clever diagrams clear through to Sagan's lyrical and at times whimsical narrative, this is the science book for non-scientists. (And if you are a scientist, may this be a lesson in how to tell your story.) Sagan make...

    As a child, I was fascinated and mesmerised by our world. It looked so huge, so full of wonders. ?verything was a source of marvel and inspiration. The world, the Earth, waited to be discovered and I had a long life ahead of me to do that. Then, in teenage years, I already knew al...

    The best book ever written. A masterful work encompassing the whole of human existence and the universe, with a focus on science. Sagan discusses - evolution, - Kepler, astrology and acceptance of truth in spite of what outcome is desired, - Venus and Mars, including the mad...

    I wish I had LOVED this book as Carl Sagan is an icon. It was entertaining, if you ignore the fact that it is VERY dated (I mean, 40+ years dated), which is not its fault. However, I much prefer A Short History of Nearly Everything for a review of the same information. ...

    Humans... How little we are. How little we know. Finally I finished this book last night at about 23:00. This is one of the best popular scientific books that I have read. This book is well written, reads like a mystery novel and is a great source of interesting information. Scienti...

    It has always made me very curious how science touches many other seemingly different subjects of history, philosophy, and religion. This book is really very impressive. A story of 15 billion years of the cosmos compressed in this relatively smaller book! Easy to read and understand, C...