Carroll S. The Biggest Ideas In The Universe. S... 'LINK'
As you might recall, we had a pandemic. A lot of my friends in science were trying to be helpful by actually curing the pandemic. And I can't do that. But some other friends were doing free educational things online, and I figured I could do that. So I started doing these videos about the biggest ideas in the universe. And as often happens, it grew out of control, and eventually I decided it would make a good book series.
Carroll S. The Biggest Ideas in the Universe. S...
Sean Carroll is Homewood Professor of natural philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. He won the Royal Society Winton Prize for his book on the search for the elusive Higgs boson, The Particle at the End of the Universe, and The Big Picture was an international bestseller. His most recent book is Something Deeply Hidden. He lives in Los Angeles. @seanmcarroll preposterousuniverse.com
In this major trilogy, Sean Carroll opens up the word of physics and shows that you don't need a science degree to gain a deeper insight into the workings of the universe. Starting with the ideas that revolutionised our view of nature, The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time and Motion poses deep questions about the cosmos, guiding us through classical physics from Euclid and Galileo to Newton and Einstein. Carroll investigates how a twin could be seven years older than her brother, and demonstrates why it's easier than you might think for a drifting astronaut to get back to the safety of the space station. These are the laws of physics as you've never understood them before. 041b061a72