KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos]


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  • The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos
  • Brian Greene
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  • 04 October 2018
  • 9784152092267

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] So my buddy Ryan introduced me and Jo to his new girlfriend this past weekend and she's a mathematician who is clearly not very good at it because Ryan with a girlfriend doesn't add up ZING so I was like Do you think we're all avatars in a big futuristic game of The Sims? and her face just lit up like I've been waiting for someone to ask m

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    Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Brian Greene Brian Greene · 6 review characters The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos I've now read three books about the multiverse in rapid succession the first two were Rees's Before The Beginning 1996 and Davies's The Goldilocks Enigma 2007 This one came out just a few months ago so I'm hopefully up to date for the momentWell I'm starting to feel uite familiar with the arguments but each book has an interestingly different slant Rees concentrates on presenting the experimental evidence for the existe

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewBlood Farts The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] characters The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos Brian Greene really is one of the best popular science writers His books give you a real sense of being guided by someone who genui

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    characters The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos Brian Greene · 6 review Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Brian Greene Outstanding update of the current status of modern physics and the projections of parallel universes from various advances

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    characters The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Brian Greene Brian Greene · 6 review Brian bae Definitely one of the accessible cosmology writers of today Any book discussing uantum field theory and string theory is going to reuire your undivided attention of course but it’s much readable than many others especially if you’re fond of analogies Turns out there’s lots of theories that give rise to the possibility of alter

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] Brian Greene · 6 review It took me 8 months to read this book My system is to read until my head is ready to explode then stop for a month then restart at the beginning On the 4th attempt I made it to the last page or rather Kindle location no guarantee of how much was actually understood This is a book that pried open my mind The brain is sor

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] This was a good book For a popularization this had some pretty heavy science in it I'm a pretty smart guy and will have to re read it to really have a better understanding Greene really is a good writer because even when you don't uite understand what he's talking about he gives you enough of the broad overview s

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    KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Brian Greene characters The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos The first book I had by Brian Greene was The Fabric of the Cosmos I got it not long after it was releases and a friend asked me if he could borrow it not long after I received it in the mail before I'd read it I said yesI didn't get the book back for several years Dr Greene had written by then Oh wellThis book as is Dr Greene's wont is an attempt to take highly technical and advanced ideas and make them understandable to us we the great u

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    Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Brian Greene Brian Greene · 6 review KINDLE [The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos] This is a pretty dense book Some of the footnotes have footnotes I'm sure it must be very difficult for an author of a popular science book to walk the line between on the one hand providing enough technical information to make the arguments cogent and on the other miring the reader in a bog of difficult concepts and facts My hat's off to Dr Greene for giving it a try on some of the most out there ideas that can be imagined Some

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The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos

review The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB قام بتحويل الكتاب الي نسخة نصية كلٌ من«زينه»، «د طارق التميمي»«محمد العليان »، «معالي»«محمد مصطفي كمال»، «عبدالله الحبابي»«عزيز ابن ابو عزيز»، «أريج محمد»«هشام حسني»، «awakeel»«سماهر»، «رشا الظاهري»«رنا وليد»، «ماجد حنّا»«ع?. So my buddy Ryan introduced me and Jo to his new girlfriend this past weekend and she s a mathematician who is clearly not very good at it because Ryan with a girlfriend doesn t add up ZING so I was like Do you think we re all avatars in a big futuristic game of The Sims and her face just lit up like I ve been waiting for someone to ask me this all my life She is adorable and we geeked out about parallel universes for like half an hour while Ryan and Jo made big exaggerated sighing noises Hey just let us know when you want to talk about something that s not the nerdiest bullshit ever Okay that will be never because we re best friends now I said that Ryan s girlfriend probably thinks I m just okayAnd that s why this is a great book because it s wicked fun to talk about all this shit Whee multiverse says my avatar You ever hear that theory that once computers get to the same complexity as human brains they ll sortof automatically develop consciousness Scientists think that because otherwise there s something we totally don t get about consciousness and who needs that Lame So here s the thinking if that s true then we ll probably have it by around 2020 And once we have artificial intelligence what are we going to do with it Put it in video games obviously We know this because we are people and that s the kind of shit people do So we re going to have these virtual worlds just like The Sims except the people in it will actually be aware and we ll all play these virtual world games on our Playstations And that means there ll be like thousands of virtual worlds with conscious inventions in them interacting with each other And that means that only one of all the worlds featuring conscious beings is the real one the rest are video games And that means that odds are the world you re reading this in isn t the real one Just statistically it s likely that you re a collection of sprites that some pimply teenager created near arbitrary rules forThat s nuts right Crazy nuts Batty Among other things it means that there s a God after all because whatever pimply teenager is playing this particular game that I m in can delete this game whenever he wants or make an asteroid hit Brazil or make Kate Middleton show her boobs For most intents and purposes that is GodAlso it raises this uestion is Pimply God doing a good job Is this particular world a good one Or is he an asshole If all the sim worlds were ranked from most pleasant to least where would this one fall If you set a bunch of AIs up in a fairly nice place will they probably fight Is there like an Aggression Slider so you can make us or less likely to fight What would this world be like if Pimply God was deep in the throes of puberty Or is this itRyan s girlfriend thinks we are most likely virtual seriously serious people think this whole thing makes perfect sense but I think I lost her with the puberty bitThis is the craziest and last theory in Hidden Reality There are eight others and they re not mutually exclusive The least crazy theory is that space is infinite and infinite is a lot so somewhere beyond what we can ever see given the speed of light there will be a world just like ours and infinite worlds just like ours because infinite means everything including a world where everything happens and will happen exactly like it has and will in this world you re in now with the sole exception that instead of reading this review you personally decided to make a sandwich Infinite is a lotEverything in Hidden Reality is theoretical so there s no pressing reason for you to read this book Or any of the rest of the books while we re on the subject Pimply God read Shakespeare and was like Ha that s cool it rhymes and everything sometimes I mean it s terrible compared to real life literature but not bad for artificial intelligence But whee multiverse Four stars says my avatar as Pimply God happens to narrow his focus on my apartment just to see what s going on near Boston and says That sim there just called me pimply Here s a random asteroid how ya like me n

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review The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ?ي الشمري»، «تامر السلاموني»«بندر الحربي»، «شمس الحياة»«مروة جمال»، «تركي العبود»«الياس سعدي»، «ماجدة علي علي»«هادي ابراهيم»، «سامي اكايا»«ماجد حنّا»، «أحمد»« محمد زهرة»، «منصور التميمي»اخراج فني وصور فوتنوت وفهرسة« ماج?. Brian bae Definitely one of the accessible cosmology writers of today Any book discussing uantum field theory and string theory is going to reuire your undivided attention of course but it s much readable than many others especially if you re fond of analogies Turns out there s lots of theories that give rise to the possibility of alternate realitiesTheory 1 aka uilted Multiverse If the universe is infinite it might not be but if it is then at some point in the distant distant universe there are worlds where there is a human named Annie just like me typing on Goodreads except she typed GR instead of Goodreads And there s another world with an Annie whose life is exactly like mine except she s allergic to red wine I would have to kill myself because there would be no point in living In some the worst things I ve ever imagined happening have happened In others my wildest dreams have been fulfilled Somewhere there is an Annie who can write like Kafka DH Lawrence and Kundera combined Theory 2 aka Swiss Cheese If the universe is expanding hint it almost definitely is then there would be places which expansion would create which would have to have lowered rates of expansion and those are like holes in Swiss cheese The number of cheese holes as the cosmos continues to expand continues to increase and each one of those is adorably termed a bubble universe or pocket universe Including our own This also brings in the uilted Multiverse idea from inside a bubble universe the bubble s space is infinite but from outside the bubble universe it s finite What appears as endless time to an outsider appears as endless space at each moment of time to an insider And if it s infinite to an insider then there have to be infinite worlds with infinite repetitions and variations as in Theory 1 Theory 3 aka String Theory aka Bread Loaf aka Cyclic Multiverse Strictly speaking there are five types of string theory no one Type I Type IIA Type IIB Heterotic O and Heterotic E which all sound like sexually transmitted diseases to me and anyway they all get subsumed into the grander M theory String theory particles are vibrating loops of filaments and the way it vibrates determines what particle it ishow it behaves and corresponding M theory predict that there are ten dimensions of space and the eleventh dimension of time Seven than the ones we re aware of length width height and time But maybe that s not an issue because the four dimensions we re used to extend over massive maybe infinite distances but maybe the other seven are curled up at the other end of the cosmos and we can t find them and they don t extend far enough to reach into our reality For analogy Greene gives the example of a straw normal sized except it s as tall as the Empire State building It s three dimensional up close but from the other side of the river it would just look like a vertical line two dimensional Here comes the multiverse idea pretend the world has just two dimensions it s a flat plane called a two braneworld Line up a couple of these flat planes slices of bread and you can add on other parallel universes other braneworlds as many as you like just add slices to the cosmic loaf as Greene memorably says Of course we have three spatial dimensions but looking at 2 dimensions makes it easier to wrap our 3D heads around It s also possible that different braneworlds would bounce into each other and restart the cosmological clock so that rather than one big bang things are a gigantic bumper car game and universes are constantly though very slowly from our perspectives getting remade and unmade and remade Theory 4 aka Landscape Multiverse pretty much the idea that the cosmological constant density of energy in space creating certain gravitational values might be necessary for life and so what are the odds it happened to happen Well you d need an infinite number of universes to make it likely that at least one of them just happened to have the exact necessary cosmological constant to make life happenTheory 5 aka the uantum Multiverse all the possibilities of our reality are realized in another reality another multiverse All possible histories and all possible futures are real One of them is the reality we live in the basically infinite rest exist in some way True reality is like a tree than a line Theory 6 aka Everything is a Hologram The event horizon of a black hole point of no return is the surface of a black hole in some ways and fluctuations in the surface of the event horizon contains all the information the black hole sucks in Similarly our 3D world may be a rendering of 2D encoded information on some cosmological event horizon type thing which creates reality as we know itTheory 7 aka Virtual Reality we can create other universes virtually and someday could probably create reactions in the potentially sentient actors in those universes which could make it feel like reality every bit as much as it does to us If everything s infinite see theory 1 with infinite numbers of beings creating infinite numbers of virtual universes whose inhabitants can also create infinite numbers of infinite universes and so forth doesn t it seem like odds are good that we re just one of those games Could we even tell if we were in a simulation Depends on your Simulator and if they want to reveal themselves are you there God It s me Annie Other interesting thingsDark energy might be the answer to Einstein s unproven cosmological constant that he retracted after he suggested it because he couldn t account for it There s some some shit out there and we can t see it describe it or know of its existence other than through a few methods of measurement The mind boggling idea that if the universe is infinite and you shrunk infinity everything would be closer together but the universe would still be infinite Rationally I understand that you can t reduce infinity infinity divided by two is still infinity but my brain doesn t want this to be a thing About 1 percent of the snow on a television that s tuned to a non working channel is due to reception of the big bang s photons aka background radiation

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review The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ?ة علي علي »في هذا الكتاب يتناول برايان جرين، صاحب الكتابين الأكثر مبيعًا ” الكون الأنيق ” و”نسيج الكون”، سؤالًا يمكن اعتباره أكثر أسئلة الفيزياء الحديثة وعلم الكونيات إثارة للعقل، وهو هل كوننا هو الكون الوحيد الذي له وجود؟. The first book I had by Brian Greene was The Fabric of the Cosmos I got it not long after it was releases and a friend asked me if he could borrow it not long after I received it in the mail before I d read it I said yesI didn t get the book back for several years Dr Greene had written by then Oh wellThis book as is Dr Greene s wont is an attempt to take highly technical and advanced ideas and make them understandable to us we the great unwashed the masses I suppose in all truthfulness it only succeeds to a pointI mean I know I don t have the math to grasp the heart of what he s talking about and even I can see the imprecision Still he does take the difficult sugar coats it and lays it out there I kept seeing that scene from Big Bang Theory where they have a cameo from Dr Greene and Sheldon s reaction to himIf you re a physicist theoretical or experimental I suspect this book will probably be hopelessly imprecise and simple if your like me it s fairly interesting Even though I know that what I m getting is at best a broad outlined picture where the multiverse is compared to a large Swiss Cheese with the bubbles pictured as the universes The book is laid out largely in the format of here it is here s what we thinkknow and here s why It assumes that those reading it won t really be in a position to challenge it and tries to be as simple as possibleIn short not a bad book and manages to lay things out in a relatively get it relatively simple way when dealing with a difficult set of subjects or subject if it s unified Enjoy If it interests you I recommend it