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I found this one of the more transfixing pop science books I've read, and I've read a bunch. I couldn't wait to come back and it always rewarded me with fascination. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Marching Orifice
The concept of time is a difficult one to pin down, even for physicists. Our experience of it hampers our ability to understand it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Timothy Haugh
This was the greatest science read I've had all year. Insights into the physics of time and the future of discoveries around it.Published 3 months ago by Nick
I am still reading it. This the second book that i read from Sean Carroll. I enjoy the way he write. I am a Phisicist but i learn from writers that explain Physics to the layman. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Fernando Garcia Golding
Working in computer science I've always been fascinated by the concept of information, entropy, complexity, reversibility and how they are intertwined with physics and time (yes I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jose Castro
I have no science background, so I have to reread pages occasionally, but the author is excellent at explaining complicated ideas. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cathleen
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|From Sean Carroll||
Dear Dr. Sean Carrol,
According to the formalism of SR X4 = ict time is merely a numerical order of events that run in a 4D space.
This means universe is timeless, eternity is here.
Srecko Sorli explains that well in his recent book: Einstein's Timeless Universe.
Jan 24, 2011 by Andrej Korosak | See all 2 posts
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