Hiperespacio (Booket Ciencia) | Michio Kaku, Javier García Sanz | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the 10th Dimension (, ISBN ) is a book by Michio Kaku. Hyperspace has ratings and reviews. Nathan said: Michio Kaku apparently spent his childhood building super-colliders in his parents’ garage. I.
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Feb 23, Benjamin Park rated it really liked it. Michio Kaku tries to explain higher dimensions, first analyzing the history mlchio higher dimensions of space and the struggle to unite quantum mechanics and general relativity in one theory. Jan 28, Macoco G. Granted, I didn’t understand everything in this book, The overview on the brilliant theories of specific and general relativity and their consequences I found fascinating and understandable.
Matter, space as we know sooner or later will turn to a new paradigm. Kaku does spend a considerable time walking the reader through how the theories hierespacio space-time and hyperspace arose and some of the historical and more mathematical stuff can be a little dense.
Um, so there aren’t 10 dimensions — there might have been. Intriguing topics and Dr. Once you start getting into quantum theory and its mathematics things get a little strange and complicated.
I hiperdspacio the layout of the book — first half of the book is the history of hyperspace, second half is what can come out of the theory.
People who want to learn Quantum without having to put up hipreespacio six years of math and science courses. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
It also seemed to ramble on with analogies that weren’t that great to follow, eg the wood vs marble and flatland comparisons. He’s clearly brilliant, and best of all, he’s not lost his imagination.
Here’s hoping the 6-dimensional universe opens up just as this one closes! In fact, according to this theory, matter is nothing but the harmonies created by this vibrating string.
Pages to import images to Wikidata All stub articles. Kaku publishes a sexy bit of science fiction and calls it researched science, everyone’s afraid to look like they don’t “get it. I definitely feel smarter having read this book.
Michio Kaku Limited preview – We now believe that the mind of God is music reverberating through 10 dimensional hyperspace Still, worth a read if the topic interests you. Presently, he is engaged in defining the “Theory of Everything”, which seeks to unify the four fundamental forces of the universe: However, if you find that kind of topic, theoretical physics, black holes, time travel, 10 dimensional space, hiperesspacio I would recommend this book.
And then the whole premise is that I should accept the premises in the book even though he acknowledges there may never be proof? God is a 5th dimensional being.
Also, very well written and easy to read with humor and everything! I enjoyed the read though it took me a long time to get through the book. Jun 05, Bob Parks rated it really liked it Shelves: Well the n Whew!! As the author states many hiperespaxio in the book, you begin to see how the laws of physics can be much more elegantly and beautifully expressed when brought into higher dimensions, an intriguing and fascinating concept. Apr 15, Jimmy Ele rated it it was amazing Shelves: Good general history of 20th century physics.
He is also author of the popular science books: Kaku alternates through two akku — talking to the reader like they’re completely stupid and then talking to them like they’ve taken a jichio physics class. I read Hyperspace first and then Parallel Worlds.
Refresh and try again. However, the book opens really nicely with very vivid and amazing explanations of just how freaky hyperspace can be as well as the implications for the world of physics. I was delighted to learn about the world of physics that lies beyond the three dimensions that we perceive. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Hyperspace makes the obtuse and opaque concepts of theoretical physics accessible to anyone with an interest in science. Nov 20, Lydia rated it it was amazing.
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The universe itself, composed of countless vibrating strings, would then be comparable to a symphony. Oct 09, Shawna rated it really liked it.
And the difference between this and religion is There wasn’t much holding it together, i. Michio Hiperespacik makes some amazingly complex and mind-bending concepts accessible to the lay reader i. The number of a-ha moments I had reading this book were too many to count.