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Parallel Worlds In This Thrilling Journey Into The Mysteries Of Our Cosmos, Bestselling Author Michio Kaku Takes Us On A Dizzying Ride To Explore Black Holes And Time Machines, Multidimensional Space And, Most Tantalizing Of All, The Possibility That Parallel Universes May Lay Alongside Our Own Kaku Skillfully Guides Us Through The Latest Innovations In String Theory And Its Latest Iteration, M Theory, Which Posits That Our Universe May Be Just One In An Endless Multiverse, A Singular Bubble Floating In A Sea Of Infinite Bubble Universes If M Theory Is Proven Correct, We May Perhaps Finally Find Answer To The Question, What Happened Before The Big Bang This Is An Exciting And Unforgettable Introduction Into The New Cutting Edge Theories Of Physics And Cosmology From One Of The Pre Eminent Voices In The Field.


10 thoughts on “Parallel Worlds

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    I hated Physics when I was a kid, because the teacher who taught me wore coke bottle glasses, had halitosis, and his spittle flew He also churned out equations on the board, and expected you to get E mc2 as if you were born to do so How can one not understand the elegance and simplicity and total enlightenment that this captured about our physical world Well, I didn t Because the physical world believe it or not was abstract enough not to grasp at the 10,000 foot level.Ok, then comes P I hated Physics when I was a kid, because the teacher who taught me wore coke bottle glasses, had halitosis, and his spittle flew He also churned out equation...


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    Kaku starts off by comparing the big bang to the creation in Christian and Chinese mythology Yuck He also finishes off the book with a tedious digression into religious inanities.The syrupy and hyperbole riddled language is guaranteed to cause misunderstanding in anyone unfamiliar with cosmology, and irritation in anyone already familiar with cosmology But hey, it s a popular science book, you sort of expect that.Kaku attributes the discovery of dark matter and dark energy to the WMAP data Kaku starts off by comparing the big bang to the creation in Christian and Chinese mythology Yuck He also finishes off the book with a tedious digression into religious inanities.The syrupy and hyperbole riddled language is guaranteed to cause misunderstanding in anyone unfamiliar with cosmology, and irritation in anyone already familiar with cosmology But hey, it s a popular science book, you sort of expect that.Kaku attributes the discovery of dark matter and dark energy to the WMAP data.A halo of dark matter was first considered to account for the stability of spiral galaxies.Without this large halo holding the spiral arms together by it s gravity, spiral galaxies would not be stable.Later work on cosmic inflation supports this hypothesis, but didn t start it.Dark energy was first hypothesized to account for the acceleration of the expansion of the universe as measured by Hubble redshift of distant quasars.Again, this was conf...


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    If you are into time travel or a time travel author, this should be required reading or in this case listening Because there was so much great information presented in an understandable manner, this might become the only book that I will read after listening to it as I want to ensure I have this one as a reference.The first third of the book was a good refresher and had me thinking, I know this stuff in fact, I felt a little cocky and questioned why I chose this book Then came the heavy If you are into time travel or a time travel author, this should be required reading or in this case listening Because there was so much great information presented in an understandable manner, this might become the only book that I will read after listening to it as I want to ensure I have this one as a reference.The first third of the book was a good refresher and had me thinking, I know this stuff in fact, I felt a little cocky and questioned why I chose this book Then came the heavy stuff Don t misunderstand By heavy, I don t mean not understandable By heavy, I mean, wow awe inspiring, make you think, and realize your insigni...


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    24 June 2013 Help, help I m surrounded by microscopic wormholes and baby universes 12 July 2013 I have just finished the best pop science book I have ever read including Balcombe s Pleasurable Kingdom which I found very well written, perfectly constructed and also very touching a no 1 until now.The subject of the book is mind blowing and it is extremely difficult to stay focused on the reading for a length of time, because it inspires and stretches imagination to the limits I just couldn 24 June 2013 Help, help I m surrounded by microscopic wormholes and baby universes 12 July 2013 I have just finished the best pop science book I have ever read including Balcombe s Pleasurable Kingdom which I found very well written, perfectly constructed and also very touching a no 1 until now.The subject of the book is mind blowing and it is extremely difficult to stay focused on the reading for a length of time, because it inspires and stretch...


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    A very, very nice book. Provided a radical understanding of the nature of Nature from the physical perspective, while eventually ending the book with its plausible connections to divinity a Superb Book


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