This book was excellent! I found the best working definition of the "Event Horizon" and the functions of the theoretical workings of the Black Hole. Scharf proposes several outstanding and beautiful hypotheses explaining the relationships between planets in various systems and the potential black holes that power them.
The compilation of ideas in this book definitely made the clearest bridge between philosophy and theoretical physics that I've known to date.
The chronological development of Quantum Theory is explained "beautifully" and in great detail. This book pulled together many desparate elements that I had previously encountered into one very cohesive and compelling depiction of the development of "the Quantum".
Good not great.
A more in depth dive into Stephen Hawkings' magnificent mind would have been more enjoyable. I feel that the book attempts to appeal to too broad an audience and probably short changes all, to a degree. That being said, I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a look into the mind of Stephen Hawkings, but isn't looking too deeply into the physics of the future.
I am not sure whether I have or not, but the performance was fine, engaging and clear.
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