Hawking and the Mind of God
Hawking and the Mind of God examines the pseudoreligious connotations of some of the key themes in Hawking's work, and how these shed light not only on the Hawking cult itself, but also on the wider issue of how scientists represent themselves in the media.
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20th century Albert Einstein atoms Baudrillard behaviour of matter Big Bang Big Bang model black hole Brief History classical clock collapse cosmologists cultural density described discrete packets early universe Einstein's general theory Einstein's theory electromagnetic force elementary particles end of history energy event horizon example existence expanding forces of nature Foucault fundamental interactions grand unified theories gravitational field happens Hawking phenomenon Hawking radiation Hawking's Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle Icon Books ideas known laws of motion laws of physics leptons light magnetism mass Maxwell's Newton's law Newtonian Nietzsche objects observers particles called Penrose phenomena philosophical photon physical theory physicists Planck POSTMODERN ENCOUNTERS predict quantum cosmology quantum gravity quantum mechanics quantum physics quantum theory quarks region of space-time role slits space special theory Stephen Hawking strong nuclear theory of electromagnetism Theory of Everything theory of gravity theory of quantum theory of relativity tion wave function wave-function weak nuclear force