Steven Weinberg - Dreams Of A Final Theory (audiobook mp3)

Steven Weinberg  - Dreams Of A Final Theory (audiobook mp3)
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Steven Weinberg - Dreams Of A Final Theory (audiobook mp3)

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks; Unabridged edition (April 1, 2000)

From Publishers Weekly Nobel Prize-winning physicist Weinberg's quest for a final explanation of the laws of nature displays a scientist's sense of wonder and an artist's love of beauty. Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Paperback edition. From Library Journal In his celebrated book The First Three Minutes (Basic, 1977; 1988, reprint) Nobel laureate Weinberg wrote the ominous and oft-quoted remark "The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it seems pointless." This book can be seen as his response to that remark after 15 years of reflection and scientific progress. Weinberg writes with great hope and clarity about the possibility that science can find a universal theory uniting the laws of nature into a single statement that is mathematically, philosophically, and aesthetically complete. His writing is technical in places, and some of the first-person narratives come off as less than humble, but overall Weinberg offers excellent insights on how such a theory could be realized and what it would mean. Especially engaging are his chapters, "Beautiful Theories" and "What About God?" Other books have been written on this subject (e.g., Paul Davies's Superforce , LJ 11/15/84; John Barrow's Theories of Everything , Oxford Univ. Pr., 1991; and Barry Parker's Search for a Supertheory , Plenum, 1987), but Weinberg's is likely to have the highest demand. Highly recommended. - Gregg Sapp, Montana State Univ. Libs.