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Brief answers to the big questions

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Hawking, Stephen
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In this slim volume, Stephen Hawking summarizes the conclusions of his life’s work in theoretical physics and his ideas on the future of humanity. If you haven’t read Hawking’s work before, this is a good and (relatively) simple introduction to his theories on black holes, entropy and other questions about space-time and cosmology. If you’re already an admirer of Hawking’s work, you will likely appreciate the background insight provided into his research, struggles with motor neurone disease and other key biographical details, as well as the many humorous asides that showcase the physicist’s trademark dry wit.
Meghan Casey (Staff) (Queen's Square Library)
06/11/18