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How was the universe born? The best idea with the most observational support is the Big Bang theory, which astronomers are working to understand. The universe was born with the Big Bang as an unimaginably hot, dense point. www.driving-abroad.info offers an overview of the universe and its history. Big Bang theory holds that our universe began billion years ago, in a massive expansion that blew space up like a balloon. Here's a brief rundown of what.


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How was the universe born? The best idea with the most observational support is the Big Bang theory, which astronomers are working to understand. Jan 01,  · Big Bang has 13, ratings and reviews. Manny said: An unbeatable offer: two reviews for the price of one! If you aren't interested in dull hairspli /5(). Thirty-three scientists refuted the suggestion the universe began with a big "bounce" rather than a big bang.
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Big Bang theory holds that our universe began billion years ago, in a massive expansion that blew space up like a balloon. Here's a brief rundown of what. Jan 01,  · Big Bang has 13, ratings and reviews. Manny said: An unbeatable offer: two reviews for the price of one! If you aren't interested in dull hairspli /5(). Buy Big Bang: The Origin of the Universe on www.driving-abroad.info FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders/5().
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Big Bang by Simon Singh. The Origin of the Universe by Simon Singh. The Origin of the Universe 4. A half century ago, a shocking Washington Post headline claimed that the world began in five cataclysmic minutes rather than having existed for all time; a skeptical scientist dubbed the maverick theory the Big Bang.

In this amazingly comprehensible history of the universe, Simon Singh decodes the mystery behind the Big Bang theory, lading us through the development of one A half century ago, a shocking Washington Post headline claimed that the world began in five cataclysmic minutes rather than having existed for all time; a skeptical scientist dubbed the maverick theory the Big Bang.

In this amazingly comprehensible history of the universe, Simon Singh decodes the mystery behind the Big Bang theory, lading us through the development of one of the most extraordinary, important, and awe-inspiring theories in science. Paperback , pages. Published November 1st by Harper Perennial first published January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Big Bang , please sign up. At the time of the beginning of the creation or from the absolute zero of time or from the God or big black hole or a black hole or Nature, part of the power of the Nature became divisible as a result of the big bang.

Deven Pandya The string theory may do a decent job in answering this question. See 2 questions about Big Bang…. Lists with This Book. If you aren't interested in dull hairsplitting, scroll directly to the Infotainment Review below. But first, I'm afraid I must tediously present my Scholarly review fact-checked I'm conflicted about this book. There's plenty to love.

As far as I can tell, Singh gets all the science right, and the fact that it's stuffed with entertaining stories about the historical characters involved makes it a fun read. I finished it in a couple of days.

B An unbeatable offer: But how accurate are these stories? I am by no means an expert on the history of the Big Bang, but I have recently become interested in it and I've read several books. Last week, I read Kragh's Cosmology and Controversy.

Given that Singh praises it as "probably the single best book on the Big Bang" and thanks Kragh for his help in writing his own book, I am puzzled to see a number of obvious inconsistencies. Kragh comes across as an extremely careful scholar and Singh as an entertainer, so it's hard to believe that Singh is the one getting it right. For example, Kragh briefly mentions the tradition according to which the Steady State theory was born after its originators watched the movie Dead of Night , but warns that this is almost certainly a legend; Singh just presents it as fact, and spends a page describing the movie in great detail.

Similarly, Kragh says that most people assume Gamow coined the word "ylem" to refer to the primordial matter from which the Universe was created, but that the word was first used by Gamow's collaborator Alpher; Singh says it was Gamow's invention.

The above are trivial matters, but then I don't know a great deal about Gamow or the Steady State group. I've also Luminet's L'invention du Big Bang , which generally agrees with Lambert and Kragh and is also based on primary sources. They are in fact completely different, and were not even originally written in the same language. He says, correctly, that the original version of the paper was in French, but doesn't mention that the English translation had a crucial passage removed so as not to present the experimental evidence, which meanwhile had been independently presented by Hubble.

Kragh and Lambert say it was the other way round: He's a lot of fun, and you'll almost certainly learn something at the same time. But if you want serious history of science, go straight to Kragh. He's also fun, and it's just an all-round better piece of work. At her son's bedtime, she used sing him poems from George Gamow's Mr. Tomkins in Wonderland to tunes of her own invention.

According to family legend, Simon's first word was "neutron"! Perhaps as a result of Mrs. Singh's unorthodox choice of lullabies, he soon showed great promise in science himself. At Imperial College, he eked out his meagre student grant by writing a science column in a local paper. Singh has always denied it, but it has been claimed that he also contributed to the royal gossip column when the regular journalist, a notorious alcoholic, was too inebriated to meet his deadline.

Singh's pieces became more and more far-fetched, until one day the editor, shocked at the latest installment, asked him to justify it.

Singh looked at him completely straight-faced. It was no surprise to his friends when Singh chose to combine his talents by going into science journalism, where he rapidly made a name for himself. Big Bang is a typical example of his approach, and it is natural to compare it with Cosmology and Controversy , Helge Kragh's magisterial work on the same subject.

First, the figure on the opposite page contrasts the two authors' relative popularity on Goodreads. We imagine two stacks of books, with one book for each person who has read the work in question. Kragh's stack contains only two books, but Singh's has 1,, making a pile higher than St. Paul's Cathedral m! But what about quality?

Here, another analogy might be helpful. Suppose that we divide the floor area of the Albert Hall sq m into two exactly equal halves. On the left side, we drop one empty crisp packet for every factual error in Kragh's book, and on the right side we drop one crisp packet for every mistake in Singh's.

Now imagine that two janitors are given the task of collecting all the rubbish. They start simultaneously, at exactly 12 noon [continued page 94] View all 9 comments. May 07, Muhammad Shakhawat Hossain rated it it was amazing Shelves: If one speculates enough, he will find that all our technologies are simply based on the happenings going on around us in the nature.

Science is a direct descendent of philosophy. There are too many " How? The clues are right before our eyes but they are way too scattered. You pick one wrong clue, you are horribly led astray and this is a very frequent case. Throughout the course of civilization, humans often forgot to raise questions, picked up the wrong clues and acted upon doctrinal views. The point today science is standing at, is achieved by walking through such an uneven path and the history is often bloody as well.

Today Big Bang has become a very common concept and almost everyone you find on the streets can spend a few words on it. Like many other science theories, Big Bang also had to fight a tough battle to survive. British science writer Simon Singh produces a weighty tome on the history of Big Bang that tells the enthralling tales of the origin of the universe. There is science and there is history, a lot of history. Singh proves himself to be a great story teller who makes the highly complicated ideas very much accessible, literally to anyone.

This book proves again that one doesn't have to be a science major to learn the science. You will have a good idea how scientists are calculating the enormous distances from our planet to the stars just by reading few paragraphs. No mathematical manipulation, no tedious calculation, nothing! You will be badly hooked on this book once you start it, I can almost bet on it! The way the book is organized also allows you to keep things in mind without much stress.

The tales of the mavericks, the mad scientists, based on whose contributions the Big Bang model is established, are very inspiring and fascinating. For aspiring astronomers, physicists, even science writers, this book will be a great head start. The Universe is quite old. The Big Bang model gives us an average age of Once people asked how we were created and many centuries later we found that Big Bang is probably the answer.

Now another question has already been raised. Instead, I will simply quote St. I am putting it here for the sheer fun of it and nothing serious! View all 24 comments. Muhammad Shakhawat Hossain Lilo wrote: Did you have a collapse when I told you tha Lilo wrote: Did you have a collapse when I told you that female cats are smarter than male cats? For some strange reason I took Utah for Missouri haha: I don't have the experience driving in a snowy condition.

It's gonna be one hell of a journey back home driving alone in the cold, all by myself. Your passport story made me laugh out loud: Sure, we both were born in Muslim families, but now we have a much open mind.

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