We all wish we had more time. But what is time? How and where did this fourth dimension come about? Can some subatomic particles travel backward in time? What happens to time when gravity gets superstrong? Can the universe go back to the future? This audiobook delves into the nature of time and what some scientists have learned about this strange dimension.
This is the worst Audible selection I have ever gotten, and of my 1500 listens, this will be the first I will return…it is that bad.
Recently I lamented I did not have more stars to rate a great listen. Now I wish I could use less than one star.
This book’s only relation to Time is a nauseating plethora of aphorisms about time, then it devolves into incoherent ramblings about the sun’s death, global warming, population inversion, and antibiotic resistance. This is self-published, self-produced, self-edited, garbage.
A bunch of Alan Hall books appeared in the Science/Physics section of Audible, and I gave one a try. It will be my last.
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