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Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps,… (original 1994; udgave 1995)

af Michio Kaku (Forfatter)

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Reissued in new covers, this is the run-away bestseller from one of the world's leading theoretical physicists. Are there other dimensions beyond our own? Is time travel possible? Michio Kaku takes us on a tour of the most exciting work in modern physics, including research into the 10th dimension, time warps, and multiple universes, to outline what may be the leading candidate for the Theory of Everything.… (mere)
Medlem:NickGiraffe
Titel:Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension
Forfattere:Michio Kaku (Forfatter)
Info:OUP Oxford (1995), Edition: New Ed, 384 pages
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Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension af Michio Kaku (1994)

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HIPERESPACIO: UNA ODISEA CIENTÍFICA A TRAVÉS DE UNIVERSOS PARALELOS, ...

¿Hay otras dimensiones más allá de las de nuestra experiencia cotidiana? ¿Hay puertas de acceso a universos paralelos? ¿Qué sucedió antes del primer día de la Creación? Este tipo de cuestiones están en el centro de la actividad científica actual.

En efecto, muchos físicos creen hoy que existen otras dimensiones más allá de las cuatro de nuestro espacio-tiempo, y que puede alcanzarse una visión unificada de las diversas fuerzas de la naturaleza, si consideramos que todo lo que vemos a nuestro alrededor, desde los árboles hasta las estrellas, no son sino vibraciones en el hiperespacio.

La teoría del hiperespacio –y su derivación más reciente, la teoría de supercuerdas– es el ojo de esta revolución.

En este libro, Michio Kaku nos muestra un panorama fascinante, que cambia por completo nuestra visión del cosmos, y nos lleva a un deslumbrante viaje por nuevas dimensiones: agujeros de gusano que conectan universos paralelos, máquinas del tiempo, «universos bebé» y otras maravillas semejantes van surgiendo en unas páginas en las que todo se explica con una elegante sencillez y donde la formulación matemática es reemplazada por imaginativas ilustraciones que permiten visualizar los problemas.

El resultado es un libro muy ameno y sorprendentemente, que incluso deja atrás las mayores fantasías de los viejos autores de ciencia ficción.

Michio Kaku (1947), profesor de física teórica en la City University de Nueva York, es uno de los especialistas más destacados en teoría de supercuerdas. Entre sus obras destacan Beyond Einstein
The Cosmic Quest for the Theory of the Universe (con Jennifer Trainer] y Ouontum Field Theory: A Modern Introduction e Introduction to Superstrings.
  FundacionRosacruz | Apr 3, 2018 |
Aunque el libro se editó ya hace unos cuantos años, y desde entonces se ha avanzado bastante en la materia aquí tratada, como introducción al tema es bastante accesible al gran público que no tenga un conocimiento profundo en física teórica. ( )
  maskarakan | Aug 29, 2017 |
This book really introduced me to higher dimensions. I read this years ago before I had much knowledge of physics. Dr Kaku's explanations were so fantastic and easy to visualize that I immediately was sucked in. Amazing intro to more advanced physics. ( )
  sffstorm | Jul 3, 2014 |
Mr. Kaku has always been one of my favorite guests on Coast to Coast AM, speculating on extraterrestrial civilizations and scientific knowledge and capability beyond ours. This book is an oddyssey on some of the more fantastical ideas that modern phycisists are speculationg at what lies beyond our perceptions in this, our physical universe. He starts with a history of physics, classical, relativity and quantum, and talks about the parallel developments in mathematics and then gets down to the fun stuff, that the structure of space is a far stranger and more possiblity laden place than conventional thought might admit to. The math can get a little heavy for someone with a non-math mind. But if ideas are what you are about, this book brings 'em. ( )
  stonester1 | Jun 15, 2012 |
Not too long ago, I got a copy of [Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, and the Universe] in the member giveaway program. The book was quite fascinating, and kindled my interest.

A few months later, on a whim, I picked up this book. I had seen the author on TV a couple of times in the morning, and he was very interesting there.

I really enjoyed this book. The author puts in a lot of interesting quotes and asides about the various characters and personalities that come up thru the book.

I didn't find it as easy to digest, in whole, as Mr. Piccioni's book, but I still enjoyed it.

There are sections in here that will hurt your brain if you try and think it through (I'm looking at you, "Jane") ...but it's all in good fun. There are discussions of time travel, wormholes, parallel universes, death of the universe, etc.

The main topic is "string theory". It is really quite interesting, but I don't want to kid myself and think i have a complete handle on it. So the science in here seems to be really great.

The author brings up some other things I found kind of amusing. He seemed a little upset that Congress didn't fund a giant particle accelerator. I personally thought, "Good, that much money probably could be put into the debt" :)

Also there seems to be an idea that we can't progress beyond a certain level until the entire world is under one united government. Umm...yeah, don't see that happening any time soon. In my opinion, that's a good thing.

One thing puzzles me still with these type of books. There are all these great theories about how objects move, how space and the universe is defined, how subatomic particles and energy work. But, as of yet, I haven't caught on to how they would define basic life. What is a thought? What is an emotion? I guess these type of things are beyond the realm of physics, because physics wants to be something that can be proved by experimentation. The funny thing is, from what I understand here, there are some big parts of these theories that haven't fully been tested. So it seems to me, physics requires a bit of faith.

The thing is, these guys are always working on filling in the holes. It may very well be this book has some out of date information.

I did enjoy this book, and i've already started another of the authors books, Parallel Worlds. ( )
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