Black Holes: The key to understanding the universe


  • book_id: 914,
  • book_owned_medium: đź“šphysical,
  • book_read_medium: đź“šphysical,
  • book_status: read,
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  • aggregatedRating: 🙂okay (3/5),
  • author: Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw,
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  • genre: non-fiction,
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  • name: Black Holes: The key to understanding the universe,
  • review: Black holes are fascinating - pushing the boundary between reality, science, and imagination. Based on this premise I picked this book upon coming across it in the book shop. Famous name for making science easy and online reviews complaining the book is not beginner friendly were positive reasons to buy it. I have read through several physics books at this point - and unfortunately this book is indeed severely dense at places by assuming people 'just get it' when described and whipping up equations that would be at home in a physics textbook. I much rather prefer the explanatory discourse that walks us through things to me scientific thinking more 'accessible' rather than text that says 'look how cool science is' with complex things.,
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