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This really can change your whole perspective on the world I recommend it 100%Published 1 day ago by Peter Carthy
A grand apologia for academic mathematicians and theoretical physicists.Published 2 days ago by GT Idaho
Brilliantly written. Greene's depiction of the Multiverse is marvelous and gives such perspective to how little we know and understand of infinite space and all of its enigmatic... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Harper.V
Its a great review of a number of potential multiverses. It does ramble at times (the final chapter feels entiely like rambling).Published 1 month ago by Robert Guest
A thoughtful but completely accessible primer on cutting edge physics theory. If you are interested in what the current thinking is regarding 'parallel universes', this is the book... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua Danny
String theory here I come.Excellent for a non math person like myself.Published 2 months ago by Joseph Connolly
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|Does the kindle edition contain graphics?||
Yes, Paul. There are graphics. Just bought it today, with your question in mind (I wondered as well). My guess is the first n locations (~pages) did not have graphics in them.
In Chapter 2, Table 2.1 at location ~480. Then, Figure 2.1 (a, b) at location 610. Then, in Chapter 3, Figure 3.1... Read More
Jan 29, 2011 by Ogden Muldaur | See all 3 posts