The following is an excerpt from the book Earthly Order: How Natural Laws Define Human Life by Saleem Ali..
The following is an excerpt from The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, and Motion by Sean Carroll.
The following is an excerpt from The Big Bang of Numbers: How to Build the Universe Using Only Math by Manil Suri.
The following is an excerpt from Existential Physics: A Scientist’s Guide to Life’s Biggest Questions by Sabine Hossenfelder.
Celebrated physicist and global bestselling author Paul Davies tells the story of the universe in thirty cosmological conundrums.
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One of the most influential physicists of our time, Stephen Hawking changed our understanding of the cosmos. Recalling his nearly two decades as Hawking’s collaborator and friend, Leonard Mlodinow brings this complex man into focus in an inspiring and deeply intimate portrayal.
When Newton discovered the law of gravity, he unified the rules governing the heavens and the Earth. Since then, physicists have been placing new forces into ever-grander theories. But perhaps the ultimate challenge is achieving a monumental synthesis of the two remaining theories—relativity and the quantum theory.
If it turns out that no one is ever free and morally responsible, what would that mean for society, morality, meaning, and the law?
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An exclusive excerpt from Mario Livio’s new book about the life of Galileo Galilei, his discoveries and how he was challenged by science deniers.