A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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Stephen Hawking. CHAPTER 1 0 WORMHOLES AND TIME TRAVEL The last chapter discussed why we see time go forward : why disorder increases and why we remember the past but not the future . Time was treated as if it were a straight railway ...
... chapter and Chapter 7 , " empty " space is filled with pairs of virtual particles and antiparticles that appear together , move apart , and then come back together and annihilate each other . So , one can regard the pair of particles as ...
Stephen Hawking. CHAPTER 1 1 THE UNIFICATION OF PHYSICS A s was explained in the first chapter , it would be very difficult to construct a complete unified theory of everything in the universe all at one go . So instead we have made ...
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