A Brief History of Time, Stephen Hawking

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A Brief History of TimeA Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

One morning, sipping coffee, gazing into infinity, it hit me that I’m 20: 20 years of me possessing a sense of existence, calling for a philosophical treatise on time; this book seemed like the right choice at first but was different than what I originally intended to revisit. However, It did turn out great as I leave with a good bird’s eye view of the fairly present research with minimal effort.

Being critical, one could say that the title is technically misleading as time could very well be similar to all the other dimensions once we have a unified theory and “time” machines(which could then be referred to as dimensional machines).

The book, as expected, does a great job of underscoring your insignificance (not explicitly), but that’s a prerequisite for all wannabe metaphysicists.

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