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Edition Notes Includes index. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class Now Stephen Hawking returns to shed new light on the darkest regions of space and time Building on his earlier work, Stephen Hawking discusses imaginary time, how black holes can give birth to baby universes, and scientists' efforts to find a complete unified theory that would predict everything in the universe, a concept that he believes will come to seem as natural to the next generation as the idea that the world is round.

He looks at how science theory converges with - and diverges from - science fiction, as well as how science fact interfaces with our own lives.

Severely disabled by ALS - Lou Gehrig's disease - he describes the way in which this has affected but not constrained his personal and intellectual life: New York, N. Bantam Books, []. Copyright Date: From the critics.

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Hawking, Stephen, Cosmology. Science — Philosophy. Physicists — Great Britain — Biography.

Audio Ebooks.Hawking uses the particular analogy of space travel, combined with the effect of his diction, to draw in listeners and readers and to emphasize the often highly theoretical nature of science and its relation to science fiction.

By this time, the College appreciated me rather more and there was a different bursar. The person who missed out on a prize was't Hooft.

It had better be a pretty big one, though, or the gravitational forces will tear you into spaghetti before you get inside" and "In real time, an astronaut who fell into a black hole would come to a sticky end. Whether he is or not is more likely to be a matter of discussion within the scientific community than the public-at-large.

A procedure called renormalization was developed to overcome this difficulty in the late s. For more complicated atoms with more electrons, let alone for molecules with more than one nucleus, we have to resort to approximations and intuitive guesses of doubtful validity.