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  • I'M10 and I really enjoyed this book

    As you know i'm 10 and I am really into space and i think that this book was amazing. I would stay up late at night and read to my heart content.

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  • Brifer but as good as original.

    Excellent, informative, thought provoking, beautiful, with so much more. If interested in the universe and how it works then read this updated and more accessible scientific book that helps those without a scientific mind to understand Stephen Hawking's original "A Brief History Of Time"

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  • A very well articulated set of arguments on time.

    I think this is a very clearly explained overview of the science of time. What I particularly liked about it was the comments on the human issues of the way individuals have distorted the science because of their own peculiarties. You still have to avoid any fundamentlist science at least as much fundamentalist faith. Uncertaintity is universal and beyond!

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  • Odd deist references

    Very readable and a good overview of some complex material without having to understand the maths (if you can understand the maths you don't need to read this book). However, there were a number of jarring references to god in the text and the final chapter seemed to make a meal of this. It was annoying and irrelevant and might lead a deist to think that Hawking believed in the "fairy story for people afraid of the dark" (his words).

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