I can't read in my car so this question does not apply
These questions are pointless
The book tries to figure out groups and individuals thought processes and its relationship to open or closed mindedness.
overall its really good. It does start to get repetitive in the later chapters
eye opening how irresponsible the media is when publishing a story
yes. andrew wakefield should be held accountable for the damage he has caused.
the rest of the mail order quacks should be publicly ridiculed for their nonsense. I'm talking about you Chopra
I'm extremely picky about which audio books I download so they are all really good or I return them. This one stands apart. I could easily rank it in my top 5
Richard Lenski's experiment
The timbre of his voice and the refinement of the performance is "like wiping your ass with silk"
only an intelligent friend that enjoys both history and science
I liked the timeline of timekeeping and it's effects on society
honestly I think Adam frank did a better job explaining time that Sean Carroll did in his book. The two books are very different though
yes. it's a great book. It is a tad brief but still enjoyable
my 3 word summary: people believe that?
It was eye opening. I had no idea how far people's marbles were rolling.
I laughed a lot
follow his blog at discovermagazine
without hesitation. It allows the reader to look at different beliefs/superstitions from the outside
the tone and pacing of the book were just right. I listened to it with my 7 year old
bayesian statistical predictions.
I am being forced to write additional words to meet a 15 word minimum even though I was asked to sum up the book in 3 words
just read it. it's fun for all ages!
I think the title is dumb. This is one of the only up to date particle physics audio book. It is very good.
First of all, the graphics must be included to support his analogies. Second, I don't understand why so much time was put into describing what something is not. The tone of the book can be misinterpreted by those with an agenda. He uses the term "fine-tuned" far too much and in a misguided way. I have been looking for a book with good thought experiments as engaging as Einstein's were but the ones in the book did not connect with me.
I was disappointed since "The Particle at the End of the Universe: How the Hunt for the Higgs Boson Leads Us to the Edge of a New World" is a great book. The flow of the two books couldn't be more different.
This book felt like John Kerry explaining entropy to me.
I highly recommend Sean Carroll's other books
"A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather Than Nothing" It's similar but is far more confident and explains the concepts in a simpler manner.
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