Did anyone read SCIENTIFIC TYPE BOOKS????

India
May 13, 2012 4:57am CST
Hello friends,I have bought 3 scientific type books and was not able to complete it. I bought these types of books because i really like the theories.And i could not complete reading them because Sometimes i get addicted more to t.v and computers and i cannot understand those concepts clearly.I cannot continue unless i have understood all those concepts.I have bought these books: 1) Physics of the impossible written by Michio Kaku 2) Hyperspace written by MIchio kaku 3) Theory of relativity written by Albert Einstein. If you have read these type of books,Please tell me the name and i will buy it soon after i finish other books.Also tell me what that book is about!!
6 responses
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
26 May 12
Have you read Stephens Hawkings''A brief history of time'? If not, then read it immediately. I think it will find it more interesting than the books you have mentioned.
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• India
27 May 12
yes.i have not read that book fully.I could not understand all..But i now remember some of the contents that i have learned from that book such as uncertainty principle, exclusion principle,about relative velocity,how our universe is expanding.I have also learnt how universe expand from that book also.That book also has explained it with diagrams also. Really it is a good book.I haven't bought it.i have taken it from library and i should return it.And also i wanted to complete that book,but i need time.But i didn't get enough time.So i was unable to read that book. But the books that i have mentioned above,I have bought all those books.Those books are really interesting.If you get the opportunity,Please read those books..
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• India
27 May 12
As our knowledge of physics, it is very difficult to understand everything in it. But if you read it again and again, you will definitely understand more and more if not fully. So I would suggest you to read it again. As you are just pass-out from your school, you will understand it better than I.
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• India
27 May 12
yes.i would understand..Did you read any other books?? Just like brief history of time??
• South Africa
13 May 12
quite complicated books....hehehe....hyperspace...there so many theories about that...:)
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• India
13 May 12
Have you read any these types of books??
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
14 May 12
I am also waiting for rabblerouser's reply...
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• South Africa
14 May 12
read books about the Philadelphia experiment...they are easier to understand without getting into all the complicated terminology....another way of finding these books is ...project Invisibility.... i do have to confess..i dont have much of a problem reading these books...it may take a second read to get an understanding...Ha !....:)
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@shskumbla (3341)
• India
14 May 12
Oh..! You are a man of read these books. I know the first two books that you have told. I also interested in science like you. I have so many books here. I didn't remember the name of it. I'll sure tell the name 2 days later... Wait if you can... Very good discussion..
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• India
14 May 12
I will wait. Please tell name of it. Thanks...
• India
14 May 12
I am waiting...
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
25 May 12
I didn't got that book...
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• India
13 May 12
for me it is better watching than reading those type ..... i mean watching documentaries is better than reading this books
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• India
13 May 12
Why do you think so??
• India
13 May 12
for me when i am watching them i can understand better than reading them
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• Philippines
13 May 12
I really love reading books, but I agree with you svcvmamidi, when it comes to Sci-fi or science related itself, I would rather see documentaries too. It's pretty hard to imagine all the complicated things that the books are describing so watching it is a lot better for me.
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• Philippines
13 May 12
hello there. i agree with the one who suggested you to go and watch some documentary films regarding those theories of your interest. for somebody who's willing to learn such concepts and easily comprehend those author's statements it needed some tremendous discussions, experiments, and explanations.. by using the views of other men of science. Discovery and History Channel could be of great help. By the way, upon watching, you could read the books so you can understand way better. :) Good luck man. :)
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@Micmac (8036)
13 May 12
I am reading 'Encyclopedia of Science' book. It is very interesting explaining on topics and facts realted to the earth, nature, animals, oceans, basic science experiments. The concepts are very engrossing.
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
14 May 12
Oh..! you are also interested in science. Are you reading only oner book..?
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