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Very brief history of time

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In 1988 a book appeared that was going to change from top to bottom our conception of the universe and that became one of the greatest scientific bestsellers: History of Time,by Stephen Hawking, the greatest genius of the twentieth century after Einstein.

Despite its colossal success, this book presented some comprehension difficulties for the public less familiar with the principles of theoretical physics.

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  • Editorial : Editorial Critic; edition with illustrated cover (5 April 2005)
  • Language: Spanish
  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • ISBN-10: 8484326373
  • ISBN-13: 9788484326373
  • Product Weight: 888g
  • Dimensions: 19.69 x 2.54 x 25.4 cm

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Very brief history of time

Very brief history of time

In 1988 a book appeared that was going to change from top to bottom our conception of the universe and that became one of the greatest scientific bestsellers: History of Time,by Stephen Hawking, the greatest genius of the twentieth century after Einstein.

Despite its colossal success, this book presented some comprehension difficulties for the public less familiar with the principles of theoretical physics.

Product details

  • Editorial : Editorial Critic; edition with illustrated cover (5 April 2005)
  • Language: Spanish
  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • ISBN-10: 8484326373
  • ISBN-13: 9788484326373
  • Product Weight: 888g
  • Dimensions: 19.69 x 2.54 x 25.4 cm

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In 1988 a book appeared that was going to change from top to bottom our conception of the universe and that became one of the greatest scientific bestsellers: History of Time,by Stephen Hawking, the greatest genius of the twentieth century after Einstein.

Despite its colossal success, this book presented some comprehension difficulties for the public less familiar with the principles of theoretical physics. Now, almost twenty years later, Professor Hawking has written this wonderful and simple book that makes available to the common mortals the great mysteries of the world and of life.

Author's biography

He held, until 2009, the Lucasian Chair in Mathematics that once held Newton at the University of Cambridge, and was awarded the Prince of Asturias de la Concorde Award in 1989. Universally recognized as one of the greatest theoretical physicists in the world, Professor Hawking has written, despite his enormous physical limitations, dozens of articles that together mean a contribution to science that we are not yet able to properly evaluate. To his first outreach work, History of Time. From big bang to black holes (Critic, 1988) and The Universe in a Nutshell (Critic, 2002), he is added To a Very Brief History of Time - written with Leonard Mlodinow - and the anthologies A Shoulders of Giants. The Great Works of Physics and Astronomy (Critical 2003), the illustrated edition of this last work (Critical 2004), God created the numbers. The mathematical discoveries that changed history (Critical 2006) and The Great Illusion. The Great Works of Albert Einstein (Critic, 2008).
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