Pulp Physics starts off a little slow, with repetition of information presented in other publications from this site. But, as the author gets into the discussions about our solar system and the universe it becomes much more interesting. There are many good examples presented to help the listener understand and comprehend the vastness of everything. I will anxiously await his future discussions of the universe.
This book is written for a youngster.
Yes, the logic is totally childlike and not up to date.
I am commenting on all issues. The content is very superficial.
The information does not give me much info on modern technology. It is more of a news story of events.
Give me insight on technology.
I have listened to only science related audible books. This is one of the most disappointing. It is somewhat interesting, but very limited. For me it was not worth the money. I learned very little from this one. I listen to the good ones several times and the others I trash after listning to them. I will not listen to this one again.
The information is interesting from a historical perspective. I did not pay attention to the publication date until after I had listened to most of the book. Then I realized the end was purely speculation about the year 2000 and beyond. At times it is a bit pragmatic and could have been shortened significantly by eliminating the repeated use of the word microcosm.
This is a well-prepared set of reviews of the origins and future of the earth, the universe and mankind. I found it hard to turn off at the end of my journeys in my car. It really makes one think, and at times say wow. There are a few sections where I wanted to go back and listen to a passage a second time, but due to the division into tracks, I had to go back much further than desired. I will listen to this one several times.
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