Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, And The Future Of The Cosmos
ISBN: 1400033721
EAN13: 9781400033720
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 14, 2006
Pages: 448
Dimensions: 1.2" H x 8.2" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
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   Awesome, thought provoking
This book was enjoyable. The beginning and end are not very easy to understand, but I enjoyed the mind blowing concepts. You could read it many times. Thanks to this book, I had a lot of interesting conversations.
 
5
   A layperson's guide for understanding quantum theory.
There is a lot of information in the book. Scientific views on free will and determinism are what I read based on my interests. One doesn't need to be a scientist to understand it because it's written in laymen's language. The views of Michio Kaku about future reality are very strange and out of place. Very intriguing.
 
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   long, rambling
The book had a lot of good stuff, but it was like listening to someone who overstates things. It was like he needed to explain everything. A shorter version would be great.
 
5
   Well worth the time
This book took me several weeks to read, because I am a layperson and non- scientist. It was worthwhile. Professor Kaku addresses issues in a clear and concise way. I was drawn to ponder the origins of the universe, the existence of parallel universes, and the issues raised by these reflections about the future of humanity. As a Christian, I appreciated his reflections about the meaning of life and the relevancy of religion to the universe. It's highly recommended.
 
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