Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe's Hidden Dimensions

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Tracking the arc of discovery from early 20th-century physics to today's particle physics and string theory, a Harvard physics professor leads readers on a fascinating journey into the idea that there may be an extra dimension--in fact another universe--just inches away. Illustrations.

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Charles K B

Apr 21, 2011

Hidden Dimensions

easy to read, nice writing style, just enough tech level to stay interesting without the boring heavy details that only a student would have to read. These books are for the individual interested in various scientific topics without getting to heavy handed in the math or concepts to make them a lifelong career.

OSUComp2Student2008

Mar 21, 2008

Alternate Dimensions

This book is a very easy read, its has such interesting information in it, and Randall manages to cover it in a simplistic manner. All your science fiction dreams are made into a possibility by Randall's coverage of Physics. Though it may be mostly theory, nonetheless it is very fun to think about her views on the formation of the universe. The author states that her goal is to show the current physics in an interesting and readable manner, and I find that she has accomplished her goal very well.

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