Black holes: a traveler's guide
BLACK HOLES A TRAVELER'S GUIDE Clifford Pickover's inventive and entertaining excursion beyond the curves of space and time. "I've enjoyed Clifford Pickover's earlier books . . . now he has ventured into the exploration of black holes. All would-be tourists are strongly advised to read his traveler's guide." -Arthur C. Clarke. "Many books have been written about black holes, but none surpass this one in arousing emotions of awe and wonder towards the mysterious structure of the universe." -Martin Gardner. "Bucky Fuller thought big. Arthur C. Clarke thinks big, but Cliff Pickover outdoes them both." -Wired. "The book is fun, zany, in-your-face, and refreshingly addictive." -Times Higher Education Supplement.
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Mixed. Thank goodness Pickover had the guts to write a book about black holes and include some equations! The theory of black holes is inherently mathematical, so it is very welcome to read a book ...
Review: Black Holes: A Traveler's GuideUser Review - Darsh - Goodreads
I decided to read this book because I love reading about space and mysteries. This book goes on the 'A book that teaches you about another history in time'. The character that I found the most ... Read full review
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