كون أينشتاين: كيف غيرت رؤى ألبرت أينشتاين من إدراكنا للزمان والمكان

There s no better short book that explains just what Einstein did than Einstein s Cosmos Keying Einstein s crucial discoveries to the simple mental images that inspired them Michio Kaku finds a revea

  • Title: كون أينشتاين: كيف غيرت رؤى ألبرت أينشتاين من إدراكنا للزمان والمكان
  • Author: Michio Kaku ميشيو كاكو شهاب ياسين
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 390
  • Format: ebook
  • There s no better short book that explains just what Einstein did than Einstein s Cosmos Keying Einstein s crucial discoveries to the simple mental images that inspired them, Michio Kaku finds a revealing new way to discuss his ideas, and delivers an appealing and always accessible introduction to Einstein s work.

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    1. أكوان موازية , منحنية ,انتقال عبر الزمن , الثقوب السوداء , لغة الرب , نظرية كل شيء ,الانفجار النوويهي بعض المواضيع التي ستمر عليها اثناء قراءتك لكون اينشتاين و غيرها الكثير الكثير جمالية هذا الكتاب تتلخص ببساطته , فاي شخص و ان لم يكن قد اتم درسته في المعاهد أو الكليات العلمية سي [...]

    2. all this quantum mechanics and relativity stuff being so incredibly counter-intuitive, language seems even more of a barrier than usual; it's tough to properly tease out if much of what's written is meant to be metaphorical, epistemological, or just plain hard-up muthafuckin' (relative of course) truth. or maybe some kind of hybrid? so, while kaku does an admirable job of simplifying some of einstein's more abstruse mindfucks, there're other aspects that send a bug straight up my ass. i.e. regar [...]

    3. الكتاب رائع، يبين كيف أن إنشتاين إستطاع أن يغير قوانين العلم تغييرا جذريا. سيظل إنشتاين أيقونة علمية دليل على أن الحقيقة ليست مطلقة في هذ العالم، وأن الإنسان يتكامل لبلوغ هذه الحقيقة، لذلك كان الإنسان خليفة الله في هذه الأرض

    4. Highly interesting book about the greatest mind of the twentieth century. I suppose everyone has an image about Einstein in their heads. That he's a bit of a mad scientist with that wild, white hairbut that image is not the whole truth.I love how this book describes Einstein's personal life, relationships, politics and of course his work. I'm not a mathematician or physicist so I liked how Kaku manages to keep astrophysics and quantum mechanics both interesting and simple enough for everyone to [...]

    5. Kaku emphasizes a point throughout this book that really makes you think in a new light about physics. He says that Einstein always believed that the theories he's been working on (and obviously the ones he is famous for their discovery, namely special and general relativity) can always be understood in terms of simple thought experiments or pictures. It is not difficult to see where this led Einstein, who spent the last years of his life trying to achieve unification between relativity and quan [...]

    6. Questa è una biografia condensata, incentrata sul lavoro di Einstein e sulle sue diatribe più che sulla sua vita quotidiana, che comunque non è assente. Il nucleo della faccenda che il professor Kaku sottolinea è che a distanza di oltre mezzo secolo dalla sua morte, persino dalle briciole dei suoi lavori scienziati traggono ispirazioni che li portano al nobel.Per cui lo consiglierò, forse addirittura lo presterò, a un amico che qualche settimana fa mi disse "ma che cosa ha scoperto oltre a [...]

    7. كتاب ممتع وشيّق يجذبك منذ صفحاته الأولى ليأخذك عبر رحلة فيزيائيّة تاريخيّة ممتعة تبدأ مع نهاية القرن التاسع عشرة وتمتدّ لما بعد القرن العشرين.لغة الكتاب سهلة وأسلوب الكاتب قصصيّ فريد على الرغم من كونه فيزيائيًّا!يصوّر الكتاب البيئة التي نمت فيها بذور النسبيّة وأينعت، ويبي [...]

    8. Although I’ve read many other accounts of Einstein’s life and his contributions to physics, I wanted to see how physicist Michio Kaku wrote about him. This book is not an exhaustive biography; instead it is a “popular” book that attempts to give the casual reader a glimpse into the man who stood as tall as Isaac Newton. (For an excellent example of the other style, I recommend “Einstein: His Life and Universe” by Walter Isaacson.)While not ignoring his early life or his marriages, th [...]

    9. هذا الكتاب فاق توقعاتي، سبق و ان شاهدت بعض من لقاءات وحوارات ميشيو وايقنت انه يحمل عقلية علمية فذة لكن وبصراحة لم اتوقعه ان تكون لديه القدرة ان يوصل المعلومة بهذا الاسلوب القصصي العلمي الرائع، سقأقرأ المزيد من مؤلفاته بكل تأكيدافكار الكتاب حدا حيادية ولم يكن ميشيو متحيزا ال [...]

    10. Yes, it's taken me this long to get round to reading it. I bought it as cheap, damaged stock around 2005. Yesterday I slid it off the shelf, blew off the dust and started reading. I finished it a few minutes ago.The blurb on the back says, "You don't have to be Einstein to understand Einstein." And that is spot on. A wonderful read giving easy access to Einstein's science. We start with him trying to understand a light beam by imagining himself running along side it, and end with his unfinished [...]

    11. كتاب رائع يأخذك في رحلة في حياة ألبرت أينشتاين جنباً الى جنب مع نظرياته وعلومه العظيمة التي تركها خلفه في هذا العالم،، اضافة الى الكثير من النظريات التي ظهرت سواء لنقد او دعم أفكار أينشتاين عبر مسيرته وفي نهاية الكتاب كلام عن النظرية الموحدة التي كان يسعى لها اينشتاين في نها [...]

    12. كتاب رائع. القدرة السردية للكاتب رائعة وتبسيط اعقد نظريات الفيزياء تستحق الاشادة. الكتاب فتح آفاق للبحث عن معاني كثير من المطلحات والنظريات الفيزيائية اللي تناولها الكتاب بكل بساطة لخص قصة الفيزياء الحديثة في القرن الماضي في اقل من 200 صفحة.

    13. Second biography I ever read and By far the best most informative book I ever read.You have Isaac Newton of the late 1600’s is well known as one of the greatest scientists who ever lived who discovered gravity. Less well known is his deep belief in God and his conviction that scientific investigation leads to a greater knowledge of God the Creator of the universe. He developed his theory of universal gravitation, which used what is known as the inverse square law. He developed his three laws o [...]

    14. Ok yea I know the pop icon, crazy scientist, Einstein, but I have never gotten a glimpse of the man himself until now. This can only be called an introduction at best, but it is quite good. It seems most great men are not born that way, but must rise above societies norms and dare to look at the world differently. It also seems, this is not without cost.In addition to learning about the man I developed a greater understanding and appreciation of the science he produced. Truly revolutionary. An e [...]

    15. من أفضل الكتب اللى فهمت منها نظرية النسبية وأهم المواضيع اللى بتثيرها النظرية

    16. Excellent overview of the political and social impacts on the evolution of physics and on Einstein as well as his impact on the world during the stages of his life. A solid professional biography of Einstein. A good intro, if you're trying to learn more about his work. A pleasant and quick read if you already know something about it.

    17. أينشتاين عاش هناأفكر دائماً أن هذا الرجل قد أتى إلينا من المستقبل، بحيث أنه قد غشّ وسرق من فكر أناس عاشوا في عصره (في المستقبل) وأتى إلى الماضي وأخذ الفضل باكتشافاته ونظرياته العلمية التي صوغها، وقد تقول هذا المستحيل من ناحية علمية وأيضاً من ناحية آينشتاين بحيث أنه كان لا يؤم [...]

    18. لم يكن آينشتين عبقريا بقدر ما كان حالماً شجاعاً. هذا ما ظل يتبادر إلى ذهني وأنا اقرأ ما يمكن أن نعتبره ترجمة غيرية لسيرة آينشتين أو سيرة نظرياته فالكاتب اتخذ من أفكار آينشتين ومراحل تطور نظرياته محطات لأجزاء كتابه الثلاثة بفصولهم التسعة.بدأ ميتشيو كاكاو، الفيزيائي المتخصص ف [...]

    19. حسناً فعل الكاتب باختيار عنوان الكتاب، فلم يُسمه مثلاً حياة أينشتاين أو أينشتاين والنسبية، ربما لأن نظرتنا للكون يمكن أن تُؤرّخ بما قبل أينشتاين وما بعد أينشتاين بدون مبالغةلا أدر بم أبدأ فالكتاب تناول كل ما له علاقة بهذا العبقري الذي عده الكثير من المؤرخين واحداً من مائة [...]

    20. On the cover is a quote from Popular Science,”Kaku enables the reader to see and think as Einstein did.” I wish! That would be an accomplishment greater than Einstein’s. As Kaku recounts Einstein’s major discoveries, two things stand out to me. The first is the incredible magnitude of his lifetime achievement. The second is Einstein’s unique intuitive approach beginning with mental pictures of his theories then finding the supporting mathematics. One can only marvel at a mind that coul [...]

    21. I enjoyed this book a lot. Explained things directly and simply. Also, a great overview to the latest issues in physics - 'sparticles' for one!

    22. Just finished the book Einstein’s Cosmos, which is a good look into the life of the genius physicist Albert Einstein.The book has lots of interesting facts about Einstein such as:- He was born in Germany but he had such a bad experience in his youth, he renounced his citizenship when he was 17 - He was always brilliant. There’s a myth that he wasn’t that smart when he was young (and a whole Kaplan advertising campaign). This is 100% wrong. He read a Geometry book when he was 12 and LOVED i [...]

    23. من أجمل وأبسط الكتب التى تناولت ملخص موجز وهام ونقى لسيرة حياة أينشتاين خصوصا انه تناول ابحاث أينشتاين فى آخر سنوات حياته العلمية والتى أغفلتها كتب سيرته الأخرى لما تصورت أن هذه الأبحاث تقلل من قدر صاحبها العالم العظيم . وهى الفترة التى إنشغل فيها العبقرى ببحث نظرية موحدة لل [...]

    24. Einstein was probably the greatest mind of the twentieth century, revolutionized physics, and his work is still producing new breakthroughs today. Michio Kaku recounts both his scientific contributions and something of his personal life in a completely engaging, entertaining way.While Einstein was late in starting to talk, it's not true that he was a poor student in school. What he was, was a stubborn student. He had no interest in rote learning, which was the accepted pedagogic technique in Ger [...]

    25. Let me be honest. I wanted to hate this book. I hate Michio Kaku. He's a shameless attention-seeker. His other books were garbage not fit for toilet paper.Somehow, he managed not to disgrace Einstein's good name, all that much. His prose is still full of self-aggrandizement. He emphasizes the mystery of the scientific details instead of doing his job and EXPLAINING THEM! But only a little. Much less than in his other books.Pompous ass that he is, he claims that, aside from String Theory, "all ot [...]

    26. كتاب ساحر، في باطنة مادة "دسمة" بُونيت على جاذبية لا سبيل لمقاومتها، لقد أستقر تقييمي للكتاب هو 4-5 لكنني لم أمنع نفسي من إضافة النجمة الخامسة تحمل معها شكراً وتقديراً للكاتب، الذي لم يجعلك تشعر بأنك تقرأ كتاب علمي، وإنما رواية لأحد الشخصيات العظيمة.وهذا لا يعني أن لم تعرف ما ه [...]

    27. كتاب رائع يتحدث عن انشتاين سيرة شخصية وكذلك عن نظرياته وتنبؤاته المستقبليه وأيضا تناول أراءه الدينيه والفلسفيه وتوجهاته السياسية حيث كان انشتاين رجل ,الانسانية ودود كل من يراه يحبه وحتى الأطفال وأيضا قصة كفاحة حيث أنه له رأي سديد ولم يكن يقتنع بالتعليم الألماني والتقليدي و [...]

    28. Just finished reading. Loved it. Very well written, as always then again, I have not picked up any of Michio's books and NOT liked them. Wish List: to meet & perhaps have lunch with Michio Kaku.(Providing it was okay with his wife :-). Seriously, When I was in school, I did not do well in higher maths, although that could reflect on the teachers. When I watch Michio on TV, he is engaging and entertaining and thought provoking. When you read Michio, it is the same. He has an appeal that reach [...]

    29. Wow! Never before have I really began to comprehend the impact that the life of Albert Einstein had on our world. Dr Kaku does this in a way that brings Einstein's complex theories and formulas to a level I could ALMOST grasp. Dr Kaku paints an amazing picture of not only Einstein but also the world of mathematics and physics, not to mention politics, that he both shaped and was shaped by. I'm nothing less than in awe of the impact Einstein made then and still makes today. Amazing and inspiring. [...]

    30. القارئ في طريق اينشتاين للعالمية يكتشف انه انسان طبيعي و عاش حياة طبيعية, الا انه رفض الاستسلام للواقع. اجمل ما في الموضوع هو التبوؤات التي توقعها بدون دليل علمي او تجارب و التي اتثبتت بعد عشرات السنين يوكد ان هذا الانسان استطاع ان يصل الى مرحلة بالعلم لم يصلها احد على الاطلا [...]

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