A Brief History of Time Stephen Hawking


ISBN-10: 0553380168
ISBN-13: 978-0553380163

A Brief History of Time is a popular science book written by Professor Stephen Hawking and first published in 1988. It rapidly became a best-seller, and had sold 9 million copies by 2002. It was also on the London Sunday Times best-seller list for a record-breaking 237 weeks

A Brief History of Time attempts to explain a range of subjects in cosmology, including the Big Bang, black holes, light cones and superstring theory, to the nonspecialist reader. Its main goal is to give an overview of the subject but, unusual for a popular science book, it also attempts to explain some complex mathematics.

The author notes that an editor warned him that for every equation in the book the readership will be halved, hence it includes only a single equation: E = mc².

In addition to Hawking’s abstinence from equations, the book also simplifies matters by means of illustrations throughout the text, depicting complex models and diagrams.

The book is considered by many to be an "unread bestseller" which is a book many people own but few have finished.(Courtesy of Wikipedia)

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Anonymous said...

gr8 book :D
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M.S. Anwar said...

it is a great book indeed.

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pushkar said...

best book in the world for the study of physics

Anonymous said...

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Saheli Chakrvarati said...

Fabulous book to know the origin of this universe

Anonymous said...

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Corrected Link

Anonymous said...

great book

Coolector said...

Working link...

1. A Brief History Of Time
2. Does God Play Dice
3. Einsteins Traum
4. Life in the Universe
5. Nature Of Space And Time
6. Space & Time Warps
7. Strings And M-Theory
8. The Beginning Of Time
9. The Future Of Quantum Cosmology
10. Theory Of Everything


Anonymous said...

universe is wonderful

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