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Bose-Einstein Condensate At near absolute zero, matter “exhibits an exotic property in which atoms lose their identity and merge into a mysterious collective”. I did not understand physics and did not want to learn about physics.
In my view Pickover could have easily reduced the number of entries cliffodr about ten percent, devoted an extra page or two to the really revolutionary discoveries and still retained the diversity of topics.
The book is set up in a timelime by discovery, and has a sort of encyclopedia like format with one page description and brief background history of each scientific phenomenon or discovery.
Read my Spanish review here: Although some sections may be too brief to be useful–obviously one cannot glean all knowledge about string theory in a page written for the average reader–the descriptions still manage to give the reader a better understanding of the applications science has for our existence in the universe.
Also each entry is cross-referenced with other discoveries or scientists to give a complete picture. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Setv out i chronological order we start in the past and move to the distant future while examining the brilliant minds that have given us the world we are privaliged to live in.
But it’s ds to pick it up ee and then, and marvel at the many tremendous discoveries and historical milestones that are covered within.
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All of those concepts, however, are fascinating in understanding the big picture of how our universe works, from a quantum level all the way up to a cosmological scale. Return to Book Page. And I’m not just talking about the shiny cover and the glossy pages with pretty pictures. So, at extremely cold temperatures atoms seem to lose their individual identities and merge into cloud or “one giant superatom”.
The purpose of the page on Baghdad battery becomes even more questionable because there is another article on battery on page Before I read this, I hated physics. Some of the milestones I would not have selected.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. Product details Hardcover Publisher: Piclover, I can say I am starting to understand physics and am starting to like it. The examples illustrate the tremendous power of physics to both explain and practically enrich the world around us, at every different scale and dimension that we can conceive. He also has published articles in the areas of skepticism e.
What I really liked about this book was cliford sheer variety of topics Pickover treads on; from the mundane-sounding but important gas laws to the technologically revolutionary transistor to the practically amusing baseball curveballs, the “drinking bird” to the philosophically earth-shattering Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle to the exotic and wondrous Dyson spheres, Randall-Sundrum branes, quantum immortality.
My brother is a great resource for teaching but I still did not understand physics.
For the most part Pickover’s choices are both varied and important. Cliffors is currently an associate editor for the scientific journal Computers and Graphics and is an editorial board member for Odyssey and Leonardo. The author has “picked over” milestones in the history of physics.
View shipping rates and policies Average Customer Review: Feb 22, Bill Krieger rated it it was ok. Apr 17, Mark Davis rated it liked it.
It covers hundreds of theories, inventions, and achievements in the field from the beginning of the universe to the end. At the same time, I noticed there are quite a few physics concepts and inventions that are not-quite milestones. Anyway, here are a couple of the coolest items that I tabbed from Pickover’s list. It would be tough to read this book cover to cover.
Cosmological Big Rip–will the universe be destroyed at the young age of 22 billion years by dark energy? And the biggest solar furnace is this wild building in France where the whole side is a directed mirror.