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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hawkingisch!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting but not Great
In spite of the errors mentioned in another review the discussion was fairly interesting but not as great a "debate" as I anticipated. I'd spend my money on Penrose's "The Emporer's New Mind" before this one. For those interested in Black Holes, Kip Thorne's "Black Holes and Time Warps ..." is exceptionally well written and rewarding for...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting but not Great, 25. Juli 2000
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In spite of the errors mentioned in another review the discussion was fairly interesting but not as great a "debate" as I anticipated. I'd spend my money on Penrose's "The Emporer's New Mind" before this one. For those interested in Black Holes, Kip Thorne's "Black Holes and Time Warps ..." is exceptionally well written and rewarding for the reader. For the technically [mathematically] apt who wants an fascinating treatice on spacetime, try John Wheeler and Ignazio Ciufolini's book on Geometrodynamics (Princeton Univ. Press).
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Massive confusion among irreconcilable physical concepts.., 21. Dezember 1998
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Apart from the elementary, undergraduate level errors in thermodynamics, e.g. the first law of thermodynamics on page 24 is NOT the first law, nor is it a combination of the first and second laws due to a sign error; the Helmholtz free energy on page 50 is NOT the Helmholtz free energy again due to a sign error; the statement on page 135 that all Einstein needed not to go fishing after 1925 was 'Stephen's discovery, fifty-five years later, of black hole radiation' is offensive! Hawking's great surprise, on page 43, that black hole radiation emission was exactly thermal with a temperature derived from the Bekenstein-Hawking expression for black hole entropy in terms of the area of the horizon is ludicrous because it has to correspond to the entropy of black body radiation, which it doesn't. The above are merely examples which serve to call into question the contributions of these two researchers and certainly raise grave doubts concerning the worth of this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hawkingisch!, 10. Dezember 2012
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A DEBATE OF THE CENTURY, 8. März 1997
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I dug deeper into my sleeping bag and looked out into the universe. I was thankful for the Earth's attraction which held me close. The air was so thick with stars I was almost breathing them. Was there an end to the universe? How much stuff was really out there? How did it all begin? Why can't we remember the future or relive our mistakes?

Well, these questions didn't keep me awake for very long that night, but "The Nature of Space and Time" is a step toward answering them. This book, covering several lectures and a final debate between Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose, provides insight into the prevailing wisdom.

They are two of the greatest minds of our century. Stephen is interested in answers to the extent that they lead toward practical or predictable solutions. Roger is interested in answers to the extent that they lead to a more complete understanding of reality. This difference between them makes the debate a lively and at times amusing one.

Copyright 1997 by Barbara Grant Ashton
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