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Black holes: the end of the universe? epub

by John Gerald Taylor


Black holes: the end of the universe? epub

ISBN: 039449086X

ISBN13: 978-0394490861

Author: John Gerald Taylor

Category: Science

Subcategory: Astronomy & Space Science

Language: English

Publisher: Random House (1974)

Pages: 174 pages

ePUB book: 1483 kb

FB2 book: 1997 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 359

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Taylor, John Gerald, 1931-. Black holes (Astronomy).

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That made some of the concepts in the book, not as strong John Gerald Taylor was a British physicist and author. Books by John G. Taylor.

That made some of the concepts in the book, not as strong. Like a st This book was a little difficult to understand. It used very big and complicated words. John Gerald Taylor was a British physicist and author. Mor. rivia About Black Holes: The.

John Gerald Taylor (18 August 1931 – 10 March 2012) was a British physicist and author. He is notable for writing a book critical of paranormal phenomena. Taylor attended King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford and Mid-Essex Polytechnic, before gaining MA (Cantab) and PhD degrees from Christ's College, Cambridge (1950–1956). He had a wide-ranging academic career in mathematical physics and artificial intelligence.

In addition to the basic information needed to understand what a black hole is, this book also explains what the . The author explains in laymans terms what is known about black holes and their implications for the future of mankind.

In addition to the basic information needed to understand what a black hole is, this book also explains what the existence of black holes might mean for the future.

Black holes: the end of the universe? by John Gerald Taylor. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780394490861 (978-0-394-49086-1) Hardcover, Random House, 1974.

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Small black holes populate the universe, but their cousins, supermassive black holes, dominate. Black holes remain terrific fodder for science fiction books and movies. Check out the movie "Interstellar," which relied heavily on Thorne to incorporate science

Small black holes populate the universe, but their cousins, supermassive black holes, dominate. Check out the movie "Interstellar," which relied heavily on Thorne to incorporate science.

Souvenir Press, 1998 - Black holes (Astronomy) - 197 pages. From inside the book. It's like cosmos and ancient aliens. Achieving the Impossible Marriage. 140. The Inevitable End. 150. The Immortals.

"A black hole is a cannibal, swallowing up everything that gets in its way. Once engaged by it, there is no hope of escape: our own world is left behind forever..." Read on.
It's vintage (1973) but it's so interesting. I, for one, loved the first few chapters, which were less scientific and more like a manifesto.

Taylor makes complicated concepts pretty easy to understand. If you liked the Cosmos TV show, you'll probably like this slightly outdated, nerdy read.
I found this book entirely fascinating. Sure, it's old, out of date and, due to the date it was written, somewhat inaccurate, however, it did expand my mind and made me want to learn more about black holes. One of the reasons I wanted to learn more about astronomy. Overall, for a beginner, a good read.