Unveiling the edge of time: black holes, white holes, wormholes

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Harmony Books, Sep 29, 1992 - Science - 248 pages
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An updated look at black holes chronicles their discovery and formation and offers two known ways for humans to build a time machine using the laws of physics. 15,000 first printing.

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Glad this one is done. This is the fourth book by Gribbin that I have read, and the only one I didn't care for. I found it to drag, and head off on tangents. It just didn't make the concepts very engaging to me...which Gribbin's books have always done before. Read full review

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Einstein's relativity theory changed forever the way science conceives space and time and remains the source of some of the most exotic concepts of theoretical physics. Among them are intriguing ideas ... Read full review

Contents

ANCIENT HISTORY
1
WARPING SPACE AND TIME
28
DENSE STARS
58
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