Learn, understand, then decide whether you accept or reject.
For anyone interested in getting an informative and entertaining ride through the history of science and cosmology, this is the book for you.
From Aristotle to Einstein to Hollywood and the multiverse, this book is a refreshing view on the history of cosmic research and theories. And yes, there is a whole chapter about what happens if you fall into a black hole.
This is one course that makes me want to listen to more courses by Professor Hazen. While I don't subscribe to some models he explains, it provided me with an alternative possibility of the history of the Earth.
This is a story of Einstein's greatest achievements and the personal, scientific and political environment revolving around it. I enjoyed Kaku's unique style of bringing Einstein to life as a human with human concerns.
Being in the acute care setting for my entire carreer as an ER/ICU/CCU nurse, this got me thinking. Although it didn't explain much of what I already knew, the case studies were great. It still left me wanting more information, but it may be impossible to get more unless there are subjects who would agree to die and come back to life.