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What a fascinating and profound book. As I read through it I was constantly reminded of Hesse's The Glass Bead Game The Glass Bead Game: (Magister Ludi) A Novel and Doctor Who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Junglies
I liked the book a lot. I can see how the Many Worlds theory can be a valid interpretation mathematically. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martin Montana
Brian Green has been my number one source for the very latest cosmology topics for many years now. Brian mentions Copernicus only because that marks one of the major turning points... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Davis972
Multiple and varied universes seems a little bit too out there for my mind. But I appreciate that this is currently where the math leads the theorists. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neil
Wonderfully written and translated into layman's terms, but the ending chapters were verbose and overly philosophical.Published 1 month ago by Robert Olszewski
Outstanding summary of Quantum Mechanics, Cosmology and the theoretical bases for parallel universes and multiverses.Published 2 months ago by Edward E Groff
Slow reading, only about two thirds of the way through, challenges my thinking, very interesting.Published 2 months ago by Francis M. Van Meter
While this book is purportedly about parallel universes, and it is, it is really a primer on cosmology. Greene covers from Einstein to quite recent developments. Read morePublished 2 months ago by WisGuy