Black Holes: The BBC Reith Lectures

Black Holes: The BBC Reith LecturesIt Is Said That Fact Is Sometimes Stranger Than Fiction, And Nowhere Is That True Than In The Case Of Black Holes Black Holes Are Stranger Than Anything Dreamed Up By Science Fiction Writers In 2016 Professor Stephen Hawking Delivered The BBC Reith Lectures On A Subject That Fascinated Him For Decades Black Holes.In These Flagship Lectures The Legendary Physicist Argued That If We Could Only Understand Black Holes And How They Challenge The Very Nature Of Space And Time, We Could Unlock The Secrets Of The Universe. If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review The Einstein Equations don t work at a singularity In Black Holes The Reith Lectures by Stephen Hawking In space, no one can you scream and in a black hole, no one can see you disappear In Black Holes The Reith Lectures by Stephen HawkingIf you re in the mood for physics, Hawking s paper, published 2016, states at the very end We have reconsidered the black hole information paradox in light of recent insights into the infrared structure of quantum gravity An explicit description has been given of a few of the pixels in the holographic plate at the future boundary of the horizon Some informa
Got me interested in Black Holes now this is wonderful as an introduction to hawking s work, or as a reminder for people who read a brief history of time a while ago and would like to be reminded of the basic concepts wouldn t recom
This is the transcript of the two 2016 Reith Lectures, that Stephen Hawking delivered on the topic of Black Holes The illustration and comments are very helpful and they give the reader a wider understanding about this topic.The book is short, but intense Full of information about Black Holes, their history and various theories and hypothesis about their formation, characteristics, and purpose Interesting read fo
A great beginner s guide to Black Holes The illustrations were very useful as well as David Shukman s notes between the lines While reading these two lectures, I was pausing at some points to watch a few scenes of the movie Interstellar in which
Loved it..Black Hole has always been my favorite topic of discussion and to study about since my childhood This is the reason why I became fan of Stephan Hawking His theories on Black Hole were always fascinating and logical to get understanding of it Howeve
A very brief history of black holes precisely All the information and work sparsely depicted in the book for his research in black holes like super translations, quantum gravity theory are explained clearly and profound enough in his books The Grand Design and The Universe in a Nutshell Though, not interested in all these details, but still wanted to know what s the fuss with a
Super interesting and made me want to read of Hawkings work So, if you feel you are in a black hole, don t give up there is a way out, both in this universe and possibly to another.A short and insightful read. I must admit that I am attracted to black holes if not by their immense gravitational power then by the mysticism that surrounds their existence and functioning These powerful, enormous cosmic entities, these mysterious objects have so much happening within and around them that even a thousand theoretical papers are not enough to capture the nuances of their existence And this beautiful little book with Hawking s lectures on black holes with some added comments by the journalist does provide some dew drops of knowledge to the reader Simplistic language and to the point narration makes it a short impactful read The illustrations in there are funny, but I was interested in the text A couple of mind blowing concepts in there such as alternate

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Black Holes: The BBC Reith Lectures
  • Stephen Hawking
  • English
  • 01 January 2018
  • 9780857503572