5 Must read books written by Stephen hawking(universe Genius)

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Professor Hawking distributed numerous books handling the key inquiries concerning the universe and our reality. Stephen wrote and published numerous logical papers and address notes.

Hawking has explained the whole universe very briefly,

He explains a lot of things related to time, dimensions, secrets of the galaxies, etc.

He put forward his views about the universe and different theories given by the great scientist of the world from ancient to the present time.

He wrote and published so many books about the universe, in each book he explains neatly about the galaxy.
Here we are trying to put best 7 Top most books written by hawkings to explain about the universe, In his books, he proved that how genius that he was.

1.The Theory Of Everything

The theory of everything
In this book, Hawking has explained the whole universe very briefly.
The book explains following things deeply
 *ideas about the universe
*expanding universe
*black holes
*origin and fate of the universe
*the direction of time
* the theory of everything
the book explains everything from beginning to the end of the universe. it shows the interaction between science and natural powers. science lovers it will lead ur knowledge to a next level

A one more interesting book which explores cosmological concepts in a very simple manner.


2. Brief History Of Time

Know about universe
An Excellent book for everybody which was easily understood even not having much knowledge of physics also. It is a knowledgeable book which helps to understand the higher physics concepts which are pretty cool.

After reading this book you will try to find the reason for the existence of GOD.
By reading this book Now you will journey into Hawking's UNIVERSE. You will enter the region where you have never been before.

This book is excellent for a science lovers.




3.The Grand Design

how did the universe begin?
In this book, Hawking reviews the basics of quantum mechanics, including the elementary particles (e.g., quarks, bosons, etc.) that have been discovered thus far. He also covers the basics of string theory.

In this book, the "The Game of Life" chapter, which is a very interesting simulation created a while back. The Game of Life demonstrates how narrow our science may be in trying to discover the fundamental laws of the universe.

In fact, it almost depressed me to think that we are so limited by our human perception in trying to discover these fundamental laws.

Some negatives about the book include that it took too long to really get into the interesting questions. The first third or half of the book is mainly a history of a science lesson.

4. My Brief History

stephen hawking
"My Brief History" is a Journey of Stephen Hawking ’s from his boyhood during post-war London to his years of international acclaim.

Illustrated with rarely seen photographs, this witty and candid account introduces readers to the inquisitive, quipster of a schoolboy who was called ‘Einstein’ by his classmates;

The man who once placed a bet on the existence of a black hole; and the loving husband and father striving to gain a strong foothold in academia.



5. The Universe in a Nutshell

good read book

I simply loved the book.
The way Mr. Hawking explains the intricacies of the quantum level universe while taking a stab at the macro level relativity concepts is unique.
p-brane theories, string theories. Given that the book is not for people not involved with Physics, but for those who are,






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