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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Dlegante — L’universo elegante by Brian Greene. Superstringhe, dimensioni nascoste e la ricerca della teoria ultima by Brian Greene. In questo libro, Brian Greene ci narra la storia di una straordinaria avventura, parlandone da protagonista e trasmettendoci tutto l’entusiasmo della scoperta scientifica.
PaperbackSuper ETpages. Published May by Einaudi first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about L’universo eleganteplease sign up. Is freene written so that a non-science-geek can understand greens Leo Navis It is described very easily, actually.
You will have to concentrate of course, but the examples are easy to understand. He takes another route, if you …more It is described very easily, actually. He takes another route, if you want.
L’universo elegante: Superstringhe, dimensioni nascoste e la ricerca della teoria ultima
He doesn’t try to teach you math but to show you through easy every-day-examples the concepts behind Einstein, Standardmodell and String-Theory. Abdurrahman Hassouna How can i get it? See all 5 questions about L’universo elegante…. Lists with This Book. I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life.
Brian Greene writes beautifully about particles, planets, and the origins of our universe as we know it today.
It is a heavy book- I don’t recommend it for anyone wlegante wants a quick, easy read. It took me almost two months to get through, but I learned a tremendous amount and came away in complete awe of the world and the forces at wo I left Christianity a few years ago and swore off religion altogether; however, after reading this book, string theory has become tantamount to religion in my life.
It took me almost two months to get through, eleegante I learned a tremendous amount and came away in complete awe of universso world and the forces at work in it today.
Since Green wrote his book string theory has come under intense scrutiny; despite this, I would still support this book on the basis that it is gorgeously written, based in fact many of the experiments greenr proofs were done by Greene himselfand incredibly informative. A vertible Bible of where we came from, where we’re going and the eelgante complex way things function in this glorious universe of ours. View all 5 comments. This book presents the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it’s really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music little vibrations.
I love this grenee because, where the goal of civilization is to appreciate life in some form of organized chaos, some well spoken theorists have the ability to put things into perspective in such a way that the world seems to teem with possibi Bgian book grsene the latest breakdown of empirical existance with string theory- it’s really well written and it sugguest how the fundimentals of all existing things come together in a very similar way as our understanding of music little vibrations.
I love this subject because, where the goal of civilization is to appreciate unievrso in some form of organized chaos, some well spoken theorists have the ability to put things into perspective in such a way that the world seems to teem with possibility. Food for thought if you read this: Presentism holds that neither the future nor the past exist—that the only things that exist are present things, and there are no non-present objects.
Some have taken presentism to indicate that time travel is impossible for there is no future or past to travel to; however, recently some presentists have broan that although past and future objects do not exist, there can grian be definite truths about past and future events, and that it is possible that a future truth about the time traveler deciding to return to the present date could explain the time traveler’s actual presence in the present.
In any case, the relativity of bgian in modern physics is generally understood to brain serious doubt on presentism and to favor the view known as four dimensionalism closely related to the idea of block time in which past, present and future events all coexist in a single spacetime.
E’ un Universo liquido E’ un Universo difficile, lavoro duro e destino incerto. Molto bene, a me qualcosa sembra di aver capito. Forti di queste certezze incerte, colpisce il fatto che i fisici dei quanti nella visione cosmogologica arrivino a teorizzare cose postulate secoli fa dai filosofi Greci o dai corsi e ricorsi di Vico o dell’Univesro eterno e dei molti mondi di Tommaso Bruno.
Forse scopriremo che la fisica coincide con la filosofia. O magari con la Metafisica. Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so. The way he describes the technical terms in this book with such a great simplicity is really very appreciating. Several examples are also taken into account to profoundly explain some of the subtle concepts in this book. It is hard to tell whether I believe in String Theory or not. There are ample Brian Greene had put all his efforts to write this book as much simple as he can and he succeeded to do so.
There are ample evidences that proves this theory to be correct. I learn many new things in this book and even made a notebook to prepare notes regarding the eleganye. I believe that time is not far enough when our physicist can finally prove whether The String E,egante is really an Ultimate Theory of Universe or not.
Jan 23, Majo’s Library. Readers who have not discovered Greene should no waste one minute more! This book has very high entropy, inundated with heavy information compiled compactly into a book of elegant language not pretentious like Sense and Sensibilitythough the analogies do help a lot. The middle section filled with technical ratiocination was the hardest and slowest to read, especially because I don’t consider finishing the book without reading these chapters.
People with previous knowledge about math and physics would probably find this easier or even entertaining, instead of tax This book has very high entropy, inundated with heavy information compiled compactly into a book of elegant language not pretentious like Sense and Sensibilitythough the analogies do help a lot. People with previous knowledge about math and physics would probably find this easier or even entertaining, instead of taxing, to read.
This book felt way out of my league. Brian Greene’s enthusiasm is contagious though. I decided to listen to this book on audio as I have been contemplating my place in the cosmos more recently and also, many friends have read this and recommended it.
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This brina felt a bit overwhelming to me and I had to keep going back to listen to things over and over. It felt like one needed a background in physics or math to really grasp his concepts. I have started the three part mini-series on PBS, if you are This book felt way out of my league. I have started the three part mini-series on PBS, if you are a beginner and interested in String Theory, and I highly recommend it thus far.
It is three hours long and I am getting a better overview and understanding visually. I gave the book five univwrso because everyone I respect did and I know he has written something special here. I am just not sure Ujiverso was qualified to start here.
Regardless of whether the string theory will ever be useful or not, this book remains useful. String theory might be an approach that doesn’t work, but it remains a unique approach to describing the universe and a mathematically beautiful approach at that. Science needs new ways to describe the world time after time. Otherwise it becomes stagnant and fails to expand our understanding of things.
Greene does a good job of explaining the basics of it. Many popular science writers tend to oversimplif Regardless of whether the string theory will ever be useful or not, this book remains useful.
Many popular science writers tend uniberso oversimplify some things and only mention other things in vague passages. The oversimplified ideas lose half of their meaning and the rest become hard to notice even by people who already understand them. Green wants your full attention. He will not butcher scientific concepts to tell you half-truths you can understand easier.
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However, he does his best to make things as simple as possible for the reader. Greene is passionate and his writing shows that he cares about it. I think that makes the book even better. The rest of the book on string theory gets quite dense at times. On one hand it seems like some of the information could have been skipped without fundamentally altering the narrative, yet when take on the whole you do come away with a pretty deep understanding of string theory and where it stands today.
Apr 20, K. This is a little heavy for the average Joe like me… But even so, I’m glad I read it. I have so much more understanding or is it less understanding now that I know how much I don’t know than I did before about the universe. Anyway, the ideas are fascinating and fun to think about. This was my first intro to modern physics.
I was in high school and I didn’t get much out of the quantum and string theory bits, but the relativity blew my mind. In college, it was really useful to read the quantum bits as class prep so I could ask deeper questions. And the string theory bit isn’t useful lol. A great introduction to string and super string theory. I re-read it after watching ‘Genius: A very understandable explanation of the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics and superstring theory thus far. And when I say understandable.
I’m sure I missed some things, but it was very interesting, riveting I would even say. It is worth a second read through for more complete understanding, but enhances my imagination and my love for physics and cosmology.
Within this new framework, general relativity and quantum mechanics require one another for the theory to make sense. According to superstring theory, the marriage of the laws of the large and the small is not only happy but inevitable. In fact, in the majority of circumstances, most of an object’s motion eleyante through time, greenr space.