Lake Views: This World and the Universe
Just as Henry David Thoreau “traveled a great deal in Concord,” Nobel Prize–winning physicist Steven Weinberg sees much of the world from the window of his study overlooking Lake Austin. In Lake Views Weinberg, considered by many to be the preeminent theoretical physicist alive today, continues the wide-ranging reflections that have also earned him a reputation as, in the words of New York Times reporter James Glanz, “a powerful writer of prose that can illuminate—and sting.”
Can Science Explain Everything? Anything?
Peace at Last in the Science Wars
The Future of Science and the Universe
How Great Equations Survive
On Missile Defense
The Growing Nuclear Danger
Four Golden Lessons
The Wrong Stuff
A Turning Point?
Einsteins Search for Unification
Living in the Multiverse
A Deadly Certitude
Is the Universe a Computer?
Foreword to A Century of Nature
Ambling toward Apocalypse
What Price Glory?
Israel and the Liberals