by Mack, Katherine J., 1981- (Author)
A rising star in astrophysics presents an accessible and eye-opening look at five ways the universe could end, and the lessons each scenario reveals about the most important concepts in cosmology. Full description
Decoding reality : the universe as quantum information
Einstein's shadow : a black hole, a band of astronomers, and the quest to see the unseeable
Something deeply hidden : quantum worlds and the emergence of spacetime
Knocking on heaven's door : how physics and scientific thinking illuminate the universe and the modern world
The greatest story ever told--so far : why are we here?
Astrophysics for people in a hurry
Spooky action at a distance : the phenomenon that reimagines space and time-- and what it means for black holes, the big bang, and theories of everything
Seven brief lessons on physics
Lost in math : how beauty leads physics astray
The elegant universe : superstrings, hidden dimensions, and the quest for the ultimate theory
The universe in a nutshell
The hole in the universe :how scientists peered over the edge of emptiness and found everything
First Scribner hardcover edition.
End of the universe.
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