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To ask other readers questions about The Fabric of the Cosmosplease sign up. No, actually freene if the dimensions are big, the word big is being used on a microscopic scale, like the width of a piece of hair big, as opposed to small as in so small we have nothing that can see it. Aug 21, Mel rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this event, there temido be a slight delay in shipping and possible variation in description.

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In fact, I have many problems with modern physics and believe that the only way I could really understand it more would be to go back and finish off a degree in this stuff. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

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All books on science now seem to feel the need to restate this about science; it is NOT knowledge passed down from on high by men in white coats using deliberately obfuscatory language for reasons of either professional pride or conspiracy. OK, He’s God, so I suppose he can know all that, but it seems kind of difficult to figure how He can know the future when it hasn’t happened yet. That said, I think it was unecessary to use popular culture the way he did.

Mar 13, Greg rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’m looking forward to reading his still more recent work. Well researched, interesting and well written.

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I read the hardcover ttejido, and even here they are small, with no colour and in fairly awful quality. Unfortunately it’s pretty much impossible to know exactly what Parmenides thought, because of thanks to those motherfucking Christians and Moslems you know for their multiple burnings of the Library of Alexandria and Christians for their wanton destruction of ‘heretical’ literature we have only a scant few fragments left from Parmenides work, and most of it is second hand from the post-Socratic arch-materialist Aristotle materialist meaning something sort of different in the Ancient Greek sense than one would think of a materialist today.

To achieve the status of acceptance of say, General Relativity or Evolution by Natural Selection, a theory has to be tested bian that is, it has to survive again and again and again the onslaught of people systematically trying to prove it wrong. From Brian Greeneone of the world’s leading physicists, comes a grand tour of the He employs several simple, elementary approaches to make this happen. By Brian GreeneAlfred A.

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Sacks, Sagan, Ramachandran, Richard Simmons, etc. It was all very interesting.

Multi-dimensions, you mean like people could be living in a dimension almost on top of me that I don’t see because I don’t have access to those dimensions, but one day maybe we could, right? All-in-all, satisfying, funny, and informative. Oh, god, I’m surprised I finished it. Dec 26, Mike rated it really liked it.

Can we travel to the past? Green is a likable and passionate author, but for readers without a physics knowledge base, his little treatise is tough going, even with all the Simpsons references. The Fabric of the Cosmos. Open Preview See a Problem?

Towards the end of the book, however, the ideas get so far removed from human intuition that I would have wanted a little more formalism, perhaps.