Brief history of time

14.00

Title: A Brief History of Time

Author: Stephen Hawking

Translator: Mohammad Ahmadi

Publisher: Zarrin Kalk

Subject: Cosmology

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 168

Language: Farsi

Qty:
Comparison
Category:

Description

Introducing the book A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking

The title of this book is only two letters different from another book published in 1988. With a history of 273 weeks, it was listed as one of London’s best-selling Sunday Times books, selling one copy for every 750 men, women and children on earth. This is a great achievement for a book on one of the most difficult subjects in modern physics.

Of course, this problem is actually one of the most interesting and fundamental issues: What do we really know about the world? How do we know these things? Where does the world come from and where is it going? These questions are the basis of the book History of Time and are the subject of this book.

In all the years since the publication of the History Book of Time, I have received feedback from readers of all ages, occupations, and worlds.
A recurring request for newer versions that includes a time history foundation that explains important issues more clearly. Although it should be expected that the book should be entitled A Less Time History, it was evident from the feedback that few readers needed long courses in cosmology. So this approach came about.

In writing a brief history of time, we expanded the main foundation of the original book and tried to keep it long and readable. This is a shorter history and a number of technical parts have been omitted, but we are satisfied with the exploratory approach to the content that forms the core of the book.

The History of Time, or Brief History of Time, is known as the most widely read book in cosmology and has been translated and published in more than 33 living languages ​​by 1993.
It is also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for its longest run of the Sunday Times bestseller list in its 184th week of publication. If you have a little thinking and the impossible and the beginning and the end, be sure to read this book to understand what a great man Hawking is and what unique evidence he presents to man.

The History of Time from Big Bang to Black Holes is a scientific work by English physicist Stephen Hawking, first published in 1988. In this book, Hawking speaks in simple language about the structure, origin, formation, and ultimate destiny of the universe;
Issues that are the main topics of studies of astronomy and modern physics. With an engaging and comprehensible prose, he deals with basic concepts such as space and time, the fundamental components of the universe (such as quarks) and the forces that govern it (such as gravity), and cosmic phenomena such as the Big Bang and black holes. Puts the check.

In The History of Time from the Big Bang to the Black Holes, Stephen Hawking attempts to provide a comprehensive theory of all the influential factors and elements in the universe.

About the author of the book
Professor Stephen Hawking is the undisputed professor of theoretical physics, known in the world of science as Einstein. He is also a Lucasian professor of mathematics at the University of Cambridge, a position previously held by Newton.

He was diagnosed with ALS (motor cell disease of the central and peripheral nervous system) and in 1985 underwent surgery for pneumonia, the ability to speak and the last line of communication with others. Took from him. He then communicates with the world using a communication program called the Living Center, and the present book is written using this technology.

Stephen Hawking’s ability to make science comprehensible and persuade a non-professional audience was demonstrated with the publication of his first book. “History of Time”, of which nearly ten million copies were sold in 40 languages.
Hawking has authored or co-authored a number of popular science books, including “The World in a Word,” “A Brief History of Life,” “On the Shoulders of Giants,” and “Illustrations.” “On the Shoulders of the Giants”, and “George’s Secret Key to the World”.

Stephen William Hawking was born in Oxford, England, on January 8, 1942, the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death. He was a scientist, professor, and writer who pioneered physics and cosmology, and his books made science accessible to all.

He developed amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) at the age of 21 while studying cosmology at the University of Cambridge.

Book Overview
Although the history of income is short, it is much more than a simple explanation of Hawking’s previous work. The book A Briefer History of Time describes the important and pure topics of physics in simple language and examines the latest developments in this field from the analysis of simple theories to the discovery and discovery of a unified theory for all forces of physics. Thirty-seven color illustrations placed throughout the book enhance the appeal of the text and make reading the book an exciting experience.

This book can be considered a valid and great work in the literature of science and ideation
Which pleases every reader with every taste.

The book, A Brief History of Time, reveals the mysteries of the universe and explains the laws of the universe in simple language. In this book, Stephen Hawking, author of A Brief History of Time, explains the laws of the universe, such as gravity, general relativity, and electromagnetic force, and explains phenomena such as the creation of stars, galaxies, and black holes.

A Brief History of Time is the story of the formation of the world in which we live; From the Big Bang to the infinite world to which no boundaries can be set.
In this book, Hawking tries to explain the laws of the universe to those who are unfamiliar with them, in a simple and straightforward way, apart from complex equations.

A Brief History of Stephen Hawking
The History of Time, also known as “From the Big Bang to the Black Holes”; Is a talented author, Stephen Hawking.

He was diagnosed with ALS or motoneuron disease (a disease of the motor cells of the central and peripheral nervous system) and in 1985, due to pneumonia, had to undergo tracheostomy surgery, which was able to speak. And took the last string of communication with him from him.

Hawking then communicates with the world using the Living Center, a live donation program donated by the Word Zeplus Institute of Sunnyville, California, and the Speezer Institute donated to St. Sizer, using the book “History of Time from Big Bang to Black Holes.” This technology is written.
This book is the most widely read book in cosmology and has been translated and published in more than 33 living languages ​​of the world until 1993.

Introducing Stephen Hawking’s Brief History of Time:

The History of Time, also known as “From the Big Bang to the Black Holes”; Is a talented author, Stephen Hawking.

He was diagnosed with ALS or motoneuron disease (a disease of the motor cells of the central and peripheral nervous system) and in 1985, due to pneumonia, had to undergo tracheostomy surgery, which was able to speak. And took the last string of communication with him from him.

Hawking then communicates with the world using the Living Center, a live donation program donated by the Word Zeplus Institute of Sunnyville, California, and the Speezer Institute donated to St. Sizer, using the book “History of Time from Big Bang to Black Holes.” This technology is written.

This book is the most widely read book in cosmology and has been translated and published in more than 33 living languages ​​of the world until 1993.
It was also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for its longest appearance on the Sunday Times bestseller list in the 144th week of its publication.

This book was published in 1339 AH under the title of History of Time, from the Big Bang to the Black Holes in Iran.
In this book, Hawking tells the story of the world in simple language.

Titles such as “Our image of the world, space and time, the expanding world, the principle of uncertainty, the fundamental components and forces of nature, black holes, black holes are not so black, the origin and destiny of the world, the arrow of time, the unity of physics and redundancy” in the book He shows off.

About the Brief History of Time from the Big Bang to Black Holes by Stephen Hawking
The History of Time from Big Bang to Black Holes is a scientific work by English physicist Stephen Hawking, first published in 1988. In this book, Hawking speaks in simple language about the structure, origin, formation, and ultimate destiny of the universe;

Issues that are the main topics of studies of astronomy and modern physics. With an engaging and comprehensible prose, he deals with basic concepts such as space and time, the fundamental components of the universe (such as quarks) and the forces that govern it (such as gravity), and cosmic phenomena such as the Big Bang and black holes. Puts the check.

In The History of Time, from Big Bang to Black Hole, Hawking attempts to present a comprehensive theory of all the influential factors and elements in the universe by presenting a comprehensive and complete theory.

Excerpts from Time History from Big Bang to Black Holes
If time travel is possible, where are the tourists from the future?

Increased irregularity or entropy is what distinguishes the past from the future and gives direction to time.

Einstein never accepted that luck rules the universe; Einstein’s views on this are summed up in his famous sentence: “God does not roll the dice.”

Related books

1- Introducing the book  on YouTube

2- Introducing the book  in Aparat

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Show only reviews in English (0)

Be the first to review “Brief history of time”

Your email address will not be published.