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don't bother. the writer goes to the edge of telling you something interesting and then flies off elsewhere. stay away.Published 6 months ago by Marilyn L.
Is this book nonfiction or fiction? I can travel back in time if it's real. Tell if that's a true story.Published 13 months ago by Peter Newton
Paul Davies opens this book by explaining how Special Relativity enables Time Travel into the future. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Shalom Freedman
A well written albeit short study in time machines. Interesting and not boring. A quick fun read. would recommend for a Saturday afternoon.Published 16 months ago by John Strawberryfieldsforever
An excellent little book. Davies describes very well and with few words a complicated subject that other authors describe less well with a lot more words. Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by Maurice M. Mizrahi
Do not be decieved by the title. This book explains how it is possible to create a time machine, but if you're hoping that this is a step-by-step manual on a homeade time machine,... Read morePublished on October 10, 2011 by roy rogers
There is some interesting information here about where science is heading with its current researches into the nature of the universe. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by R. Schultz
Any book of P Davies is worth reading. As a specialist on timemachines, this is a good starter on this subject!Published on August 5, 2010 by reinoud slagter
If you've ever had the least bit of interest in time travel or curiosity about theoretical physics, this book is for you. Read morePublished on December 27, 2008 by Jon T