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A Brief History of Time Sound of Full Book
15 Aug 2012
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mankind evolution animation i made. from small black nothing to round kick-ass planet.
2 Jul 2008
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Renowned scientist Stephen Hawking is going to unveil a remarkable clock that has no hands and shows time with the help of light. Known as the Corpus Clock, the machine has been invented by and designed by Dr John Taylor for Corpus Christi College Cambridge for the exterior of the college's new library building. The Clock will be unveiled on 19th September by Stephen Hawking, cosmologist and author of the global bestseller, A Brief History of Time. Dr Taylor, an inventor and horologist, has put 500,000 pounds of his own money and seven years into developing the clock, which has been inspired from a design by a clock made by the legendary John Harrison, the pioneer of longitude. Of John Harrison's many innovations, he came up with the 'grasshopper escapement, explained Dr Taylor, referring to the device used by Harrison to turn rotational motion into a pendulum motion for timekeeping. No one knows how a grasshopper escapement works, so I decided to turn the clock inside out and, instead of making the escapement 35 mm across, it is 1.5 m across, he said. He calls the new version of the escapement a Chronophage (time-eater) a fearsome beast which drives the clock, literally eating away time
20 Sep 2008
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This lecture is an overview of God Does Not Play Dice, a revolutionary and provocative book by award-winning MIT grad David A. Shiang. He claims to offer final answers to many of humankind's most enduring mysteries, including the free will problem and the nature-nurture controversy. He argues that Einstein was right in rejecting a random nature, and he shows conclusively that Stephen Hawking (A Brief History of Time) and Brian Greene (The Fabric of the Cosmos) are mistaken in saying that evidence shows nature to be inherently probabilistic. The author also takes on Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Daniel Dennett (Breaking the Spell), contending that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is neither scientific nor correct. He joins the debate about God from a highly controversial perspective, arguing that design, not chance, is the hallmark of nature. Odds are high that the logical and elegant solutions Shiang presents to our deepest riddles will cause you to rethink your most fundamental beliefs.
21 Apr 2010
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This lecture is an overview of God Does Not Play Dice, a revolutionary and provocative book by award-winning MIT grad David A. Shiang. He claims to offer final answers to many of humankind's most enduring mysteries, including the free will problem and the nature-nurture controversy. He argues that Einstein was right in rejecting a random nature, and he shows conclusively that Stephen Hawking (A Brief History of Time) and Brian Greene (The Fabric of the Cosmos) are mistaken in saying that evidence shows nature to be inherently probabilistic. The author also takes on Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Daniel Dennett (Breaking the Spell), contending that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is neither scientific nor correct. He joins the debate about God from a highly controversial perspective, arguing that design, not chance, is the hallmark of nature. Odds are high that the logical and elegant solutions Shiang presents to our deepest riddles will cause you to rethink your most fundamental beliefs.
21 Apr 2010
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This lecture is an overview of God Does Not Play Dice, a revolutionary and provocative book by award-winning MIT grad David A. Shiang. He claims to offer final answers to many of humankind's most enduring mysteries, including the free will problem and the nature-nurture controversy. He argues that Einstein was right in rejecting a random nature, and he shows conclusively that Stephen Hawking (A Brief History of Time) and Brian Greene (The Fabric of the Cosmos) are mistaken in saying that evidence shows nature to be inherently probabilistic. The author also takes on Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Daniel Dennett (Breaking the Spell), contending that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is neither scientific nor correct. He joins the debate about God from a highly controversial perspective, arguing that design, not chance, is the hallmark of nature. Odds are high that the logical and elegant solutions Shiang presents to our deepest riddles will cause you to rethink your most fundamental beliefs.
21 Apr 2010
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This lecture is an overview of God Does Not Play Dice, a revolutionary and provocative book by award-winning MIT grad David A. Shiang. He claims to offer final answers to many of humankind's most enduring mysteries, including the free will problem and the nature-nurture controversy. He argues that Einstein was right in rejecting a random nature, and he shows conclusively that Stephen Hawking (A Brief History of Time) and Brian Greene (The Fabric of the Cosmos) are mistaken in saying that evidence shows nature to be inherently probabilistic. The author also takes on Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion) and Daniel Dennett (Breaking the Spell), contending that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is neither scientific nor correct. He joins the debate about God from a highly controversial perspective, arguing that design, not chance, is the hallmark of nature. Odds are high that the logical and elegant solutions Shiang presents to our deepest riddles will cause you to rethink your most fundamental beliefs.
21 Apr 2010
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"If the rate of expansion one second after the big bang had been smaller by even one part in a hundred thousand million million, the universe would have recollapsed before it ever reached its present size." Stephen Hawking, A Brief History Of Time, Bantam Press, London: 1988, p. 121-125 *********** And this was JUST the beginning. *********** Please see the details now. http://www.creationofuniverse.com
26 May 2010
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Biography Stephen Hawking's chief theory is that black holes should emit radiation, which is known as Hawking radiation. His popular science book, "A Brief History of Time," has made science accessible to everyone.
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Stephen Hawking's big ideas... made simple - animation Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD No time to read Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time? In just two and a half minutes, Alok Jha explains why black holes are doomed to shrink into nothingness then explode with the energy of a million nuclear bombs, and rewinds to the big bang and the origin of the universe? WATCH MORE - Stephen Hawking on black holes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1CefSyt-bs
14 Nov 2014
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