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Ealidad en definitiva ¿ué es el hombreEn este libro el autor afronta el impacto de la teoría cuántica básica sobre nuestra I remember a long sleepless night after reading this book at the age of 14 I had been holding on to the Biblical literalism that my parents taught me in spite of all the evidence in favor of evolution based on the incredible unlikeliness that the process of life would ever get started by accident After reading Davies book I realized that within the many worlds interpretation of uantum mechanics given a near infinite number of alternate timelines any outcome no matter how unlikely was not only possible it was mandatory because everything that can happen does happen in some uantum universe The chain of events that led to our world being the way it is reuires no guiding hand because it had to happen somewhere and this is the universe in which it happened That fact alone does not prove the many worlds interpretation correct or disprove intelligent desi

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Other Worlds Space Superspace and the uantum Universe

¿Es el Universo un accidente aleatorio o es el resultado de un delicado proceso de selección ¿Cuál es la naturaleza de la r Yes This book was science candy for my teen brain

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Concepción del Universo Esta teoría nos ha demostrado ue el mundo es un juego de azar y nosotros somos parte de los jugadore Written in 1980 so it is somewhat dated I read it back in the 80s It was one of the early books in the somewhat metaphysical movement that began in physics and astronomy around that time Interesting food for thought


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  1. says:

    You can tell the books that have been carried to swimming pools camping and hiking through the desert with me They have sand between the pages they're a little wavy and the covers show wear and tear This book was oneAgain a Davies wonder This book goes through the nature of electrons timewarps the wave and par

  2. says:

    Overall I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others The author is at his best when explaining the physics but I felt he was not particularly insightful on the philosophy I felt that his explanation of the importance of the observer a conscious human being in collapsing the wave function was not convincing and this is the foundation for much of the second half of the book Still a lay reader such as me can get a lot from th

  3. says:

    Yes This book was science candy for my teen brain

  4. says:

    I remember a long sleepless night after reading this book at the age of 14 I had been holding on to the Biblical literalism that my parents taught me in spite of all the evidence in favor of evolution based on the incredible unlikeliness that the process of life would ever get started by accident After reading

  5. says:

    I actually had the paperbook fell apart as I was reading it A re reprint from 1982 Hard to believe this book is older than me This book holds a special place in my chest cavity around the region where my heart should be My mother used to keep a

  6. says:

    Davies is an excellent writer on physics He can make even difficult ideas comprehensible This book first published in 1980 is now somewhat outdated in some aspects we have learned a great deal in the past 35 years but it'

  7. says:

    I think Paul Davies wrote this book for people with minimum background in modern physics and uantum theory in pa

  8. says:

    Written in 1980 so it is somewhat dated I read it back in the 80s It was one of the early books in the somewhat metaphysical movement that began in physics and astronomy around that time Interesting food for thought

  9. says:

    the subject of the book sounded thrilling but despite its slight size it gets bogged down in drily explained technical details

  10. says:

    This is one of my physicist Paul Davies' earlier books and is generally underrated but it helped me finally understand both special relativity