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About Time by Paul      Davies
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Aug 25, 09

it was amazing
Read in January, 2001

In the spirit of Shrodinger's cat, this book talks about paradoxes in a humorous light. Taking what Davies believes is unfinished business of Einstein, he throws out endless possibilities of what doesn't make sense. Intriguing as it is, we are missing some elements in knowing things that can answer all the questions we have and can turn the paradoxes into sense.

Davies tackles this with this read. It's fascinating.


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