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Alan Lightman brings a light touch to heavy questions. Here is a book about nesting ospreys, multiple universes, atheism, spiritualism, and the arrow of time. Peter L. Galison, Joseph Pellegrino University Professor, Harvard University.
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Alan Lightman might be the only writer who can dance through not just one but seven universes in a book not much larger than a human hand. The Columbus Dispatch. While this lively, lyrical book examines some of the major scientific thinking of our time, it also celebrates the human drive to make sense of it al. -Portland Press Herald. As he’s demonstrated in highly original novels like Einstein’s Dreams and Mr g, Alan Lightman possesses the mind of a theoretical physicist and the soul of an artist.
alan lightman's the accidental universe is a slim collection of seven scientific essays. as the first mit professor to receive dual appointments in science and the humanities, lightman is not only knowledgeable about physics, but also has the literary wherewithal to convey his insights with clarity and graceful prose.
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World You Thought You Knew (public library IndieBound). Alan Lightman (Photograph courtesy of MIT). The Accidental Universe is a sublime, mind-bending, soul-expanding read in its entirety, exploring such magnificent mysteries of our world and the cosmos as dark matter, multiverses, and the arrow of time, all considered through the dimensional lens of a mind at once voracious for knowledge and at peace with the unknown.
In The Accidental Universe, physicist and novelist Alan Lightman explores the emotional and philosophical questions raised by discoveries in science. Best Books on Psychology, Philosophy, and How to Live Meaningfully – Brain Pickings. The Best Science Books of 2014 by Maria Popova The math of soul mates, the psychology of nothing, the physics of faith, and more illuminating insights on the universe and our place in it. From the origin of the universe to the unusual stories behind people’s tattoos, by way of secular spirituality, the hummingbird effect, and Werner Herzog.
The Accidental Universe: The World You Thought You Knew by Alan Lightman EPUB
From the acclaimed author of Einstein's Dreams and Mr. g comes a meditation on the unexpected ways in which recent scientific findings have shaped our understanding of ourselves and our place in the cosmos.
With all the passion, curiosity, and precise yet lyrical prose that have marked his previous books, Alan Lightman here explores the emotional and philosophical questions raised by discoveries in science, focusing most intently on the human condition and the needs of humankind. He looks at the difficult dialogue between science and religion, the conflict between our human desire for permanence and the impermanence of nature, the possibility that our universe is simply an accident, the manner in which modern technology has separated us from direct experience of the world, and our resistance to the view that our bodies and minds can be explained by scientific logic and laws. And behind all of these considerations is the suggestion - at once haunting and exhilarating - that what we see and understand of the world is only a tiny piece of the extraordinary, perhaps unfathomable whole.