The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory

The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory

The international bestseller that inspired a major Nova special and sparked a new understanding of the universe, now with a new preface and epilogue. Brian Greene, one of the world's leading string theorists, peels away layers of mystery to reveal a universe that consists of eleven dimensions, where the fabric of space tears and repairs itself, and all matter?from the small The international bestseller that inspired a major Nova special and sparked a new understanding of the universe, no...

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Title:The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory
Author:Brian Greene
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The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory Reviews

  • Robin Wasserkaise
    Mar 17, 2007

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

  • Alisha
    Apr 12, 2007

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

  • ayden
    Dec 23, 2007

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

  • Rob
    Apr 30, 2008

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

  • Elyse
    Oct 06, 2014

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

  • Jack Thornsberry
    Jun 13, 2008

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

  • Stephen
    Aug 30, 2008

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

  • Riku Sayuj
    Aug 29, 2011

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

  • Manny
    Dec 16, 2008

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

  • Szplug
    Mar 03, 2010

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

  • Marvin
    Mar 17, 2011

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

  • ΑνναΦ
    Jul 06, 2012

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

  • Genia Lukin
    Nov 25, 2011

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

  • Wolf
    Nov 30, 2009

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

    Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. I have a MSc in environmental sciences which is 20 years out of date. Brian Greene describes elegantly special and general relativity as well as important aspects of quantum physics in the first third of his book. It is worth its money for these fir...

    I have copious notes where I disagreed with the author. While I understand he is probably the leading public proponent of string theory, I felt that his oversimplification lead to some really problematic axioms and it was upon these shaky foundations that he tried to map out string the...

    Dr. Greene, unfortunately, imagines himself to be a much better writer and expositor than he actually is. Far too much time is wasted on silly examples to explain his points; so much that the analogies not only break down but become absurd. These concepts are not very difficult. Dr. Gr...

  • Shamana  Ali
    Aug 21, 2012

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

    Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. I have a MSc in environmental sciences which is 20 years out of date. Brian Greene describes elegantly special and general relativity as well as important aspects of quantum physics in the first third of his book. It is worth its money for these fir...

    I have copious notes where I disagreed with the author. While I understand he is probably the leading public proponent of string theory, I felt that his oversimplification lead to some really problematic axioms and it was upon these shaky foundations that he tried to map out string the...

  • Ana
    Jun 28, 2017

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

  • Omar Abdelaziz
    Jan 04, 2014

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

    Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. I have a MSc in environmental sciences which is 20 years out of date. Brian Greene describes elegantly special and general relativity as well as important aspects of quantum physics in the first third of his book. It is worth its money for these fir...

    I have copious notes where I disagreed with the author. While I understand he is probably the leading public proponent of string theory, I felt that his oversimplification lead to some really problematic axioms and it was upon these shaky foundations that he tried to map out string the...

    Dr. Greene, unfortunately, imagines himself to be a much better writer and expositor than he actually is. Far too much time is wasted on silly examples to explain his points; so much that the analogies not only break down but become absurd. These concepts are not very difficult. Dr. Gr...

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  • Walaa
    Dec 16, 2013

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

  •  مولاي أرشيد أحمدو
    Jun 25, 2012

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

  • Ammar
    Aug 24, 2013

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

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    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

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    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

    Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. I have a MSc in environmental sciences which is 20 years out of date. Brian Greene describes elegantly special and general relativity as well as important aspects of quantum physics in the first third of his book. It is worth its money for these fir...

    I have copious notes where I disagreed with the author. While I understand he is probably the leading public proponent of string theory, I felt that his oversimplification lead to some really problematic axioms and it was upon these shaky foundations that he tried to map out string the...

    Dr. Greene, unfortunately, imagines himself to be a much better writer and expositor than he actually is. Far too much time is wasted on silly examples to explain his points; so much that the analogies not only break down but become absurd. These concepts are not very difficult. Dr. Gr...

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  • Jenny
    Dec 18, 2011

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

  • يونس عمارة
    Aug 23, 2013

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

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  • Majo's Library.
    Jan 23, 2012

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

  • João Vaz
    Jul 03, 2014

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

  • Mohammed-Makram
    Oct 17, 2017

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

  • Mohamed al-Jamri
    Feb 18, 2016

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

  • Marius
    Feb 18, 2014

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

    Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! ...

    Disclaimer: I am not a physicist. I have a MSc in environmental sciences which is 20 years out of date. Brian Greene describes elegantly special and general relativity as well as important aspects of quantum physics in the first third of his book. It is worth its money for these fir...

  • عبداللطيف ولدعبدالله
    Aug 15, 2017

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

    This is the first book by Brian Greene that I read. The first chapters were amazing and engaging, however later chapters about string theory were very hard for me to understand and I actually didn't finish the whole book, because I could not understand what I was reading. The author...

    ?? ???? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ?? ?????. ?????????? ??????? ???????? ???? ?? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ?????????? ?? ???? ???????? ? ???? ??? ????? ??????? ?????...

  • Zaid
    Jul 19, 2016

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...

    Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating.Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain s...

  • Silvia Sirea
    Mar 06, 2016

    [Original review, written December 2008] When I read this book, I remember thinking it was pretty interesting, but I am surprised how few insights I have retained... to be honest, hardly any. Smolin's The Trouble with Physics, which I read much more recently, suggests that string th...

    ????? ???? ??????? ????????? ????? ???? ??? ??? ?????? ? ?? ?? ???? ????? ????? ?? ????? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ???? ???. ? ????? ???? ????? ????? ?? ??????...

    Do I understand string theory? Not sure. Do I understand M theory? A little bit but don't ask for any algebraic reasoning. Do I know exactly what a Calabi-Yau is? Not really but I think they look a little like the hair balls from my cat. This is the second time I've equat...

    I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life. Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today. It is a he...

    ???? ?? ???????? ????? ??? ?????? . ?????? ??????? ? ?????? ????? . ???????? ????????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?? ????????? ????...

    To think I put all that effort to understand a discredited theory... ...

    4.0 to 4.5 stars. There is a great quote to the effect that "if you can't explain a subject in non-technical terms so that a lay person can understand it than you haven't really mastered the subject yourself." On that basis, it is clear that Brian Greene has DEFINITELY mastered the sub...

    AN INTRODUCTION BY WAY OF HYPERBOLIC SENTIMENT: The Elegant Universe is "The Bible" of superstring theory[*:]. I close the covers of The Elegant Universe with powerfully mixed feelings. On the one hand, Brian Greene gives us a lucidly-written layman's-terms explanation for high-conc...

    Greene's eminently readable attempt to explain the possibilities for string/superstrings to provide the linchpin for the long-awaited-and-desired merger of gravity with the two nuclear and electromagnetic forces into a Grand United Theory. Frankly, the entire idea of rolled up dimensio...

    My local book club picked this book for our non-fiction month. I've been a part of this group- the largest-best Bay Area Book club!!!! In the 5 years I been part of this group, I can't remember a more challenging book to fully understand. The superstring theory is 'taught' by Brian ...

    This book blew my mind countless times as I read through it, so much so that I could usually only read 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had physics in high school, watched Cosmos and tons of other programs on the universe/relativity/quantum physics etc. so I have always had an interest bu...

    This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it's really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music (little vibrations). I love this subject because, ...

    I read this book while taking a course (for non-physics students) called Modern Physics in Perspective, which centered on string theory. I learned so, so, so much in this class & the book helped a lot. If you're reading this book unassisted, be aware that there are some very confus...

    ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????? ??? ????? ????? ????????? ?? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ...

    Physics books. Can I understand them properly? No. Am I still absolutely fascinated by them? Yes. String Theory. Do I understand it properly? Hell no. Am I fascinated by it? To the last detail. ...

    The first few chapters are fascinating as Greene recounts the history of modern physics, its departure from classical, Newtonian understanding. Then, he moves into string theory, and I found the arguments and explanations harder to follow. As Greene wrote the book just a few years afte...

    E' un Universo liquido E' un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Dopo Zygmut Baumann, ci voleva anche la fisica quantistica a toglierci ogni certezza, immersi in un cosmo che funziona come un mantice, si gonfia e si sgonfia (forse), e noi in mezzo, a vivere chiss, ...

    I never really got the hang of String Theory. I find it awfully weird and almost nigh-unscientific. Not being a physicist, I try not to make judgments about it, since I clearly don't understand it one bit - at least on the math level! - but I have to say that Brian Greene didn't endear...

    ???? ??????? : http://adf.ly/Yd6Sn ...

    Dear God, Will you ever allow us folks down here on Earth to come up with Einstein?s dream of a Theory of Everything (ToE)? The fact of the matter is that there are essentially two opposing theories upon which rests our knowledge of the universe: General Relativity and Quantum Me...

    Ho sempre provato una forte curiosit nei confronti dell'universo. Sin da piccola, mi ponevo le pi disparate domande sul mondo che ci circonda, sulle stelle, sui pianeti e sullo spazio infinito e mi divertivo ad immaginare le teorie pi strampalate riguardo le leggi che governano l...