This book was very readable and contained many interesting possibilities for the beginning, middle and end of the universe. The one issue I had with the book was the minimal time spent explaining the last three minutes. I felt that information was rushed or not developed as well as the other areas of the book. Perhaps my novice level makes me want more depth when perhaps no expansion of the theories are currently developed. I was just expecting more about the last three minutes due to the title.
The information that was provided in the book was well researched and explained- if you are interested in physics, astronomy, origins of life and the future of the universe, I highly recommend the book.
The Last Three Minutes: Conjectures About the Ultimate Fate of the Universe (The Science Masters Series) Hardcover – 1 March 1994
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- ASIN : B000NXG8DW
- Publisher : Basic Books; 1st edition (1 March 1994)
- ISBN-10 : 0465048927
- ISBN-13 : 978-0465048922
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I enjoyed Paul Davies writing and if you're interested in space ...Reviewed in the United States on 15 February 2016
Very interesting book. I enjoyed Paul Davies writing and if you're interested in space at all I would recommend it.