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  • Date: 26-04-2015, 07:50
26-04-2015, 07:50

Exploring the Invisible Universe

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Exploring the Invisible Universe

Exploring the Invisible Universe
World Scientific | May 2015 | ISBN: 9814618675 | True PDF | 488 pages | 21 MB

"Why"? Why is the world, the Universe the way it is? Is space infinitely large? How small is small? What happens when one continues to divide matter into ever smaller pieces? Indeed, what is matter? Is there anything else besides what can be seen? Pursuing the questions employing the leading notions of physics, one soon finds that the tangible and visible world dissolves — rather unexpectedly — into invisible things and domains that are beyond direct perception. A remarkable feature of our Universe is that most of its constituents turn out to be invisible, and this fact is brought out with great force by this book.
Exploring the Invisible Universe covers the gamut of topics in advanced modern physics and provides extensive and well substantiated answers to these questions and many more. Discussed in a non-technical, yet also non-trivial manner, are topics dominated by invisible things — such as Black Holes and Superstrings as well as Fields, Gravitation, the Standard Model, Cosmology, Relativity, the Origin of Elements, Stars and Planetary Evolution, and more. Just giving the answer, as so many books do, is really not telling anything at all. To truly answer the "why" questions of nature, one needs to follow the chain of reasoning that scientists have used to come to the conclusions they have. This book does not shy away from difficult-to-explain topics by reducing them to one-line answers and power phrases suitable for a popular talk show. The explanations are rigorous and straight to the point. This book is rarely mathematical without being afraid, however, to use elementary mathematics when called for. In order to achieve this, a large number of detailed figures, specially developed for this book and found nowhere else, convey insights that otherwise might either be inaccessible or need lengthy and difficult-to-follow explanations.
After Exploring the Invisible Universe, a reader will have a deeper insight into our current understanding of the foundations of Nature and be able to answer all the questions above and then some. To understand Nature and the cutting edge ideas of contemporary physics, this is the book to have.

Readership: Students and general public with knowledge of high school level physics and mathematics, who are interested in theoretical physics including cosmology, astrophysics and particle physics.


Preface v
Acknowledgments vii
1. Synopsis 1
2. Fields 5
3. The Geometry of Space 35
4. Gravity 65
5. Black Holes 87
6. Cosmology 131
7. Dark Universe 163
8. Galaxies, Stars and Planets 183
9. The Life of Stars 219
10. The Origin of the Elements 249
11. Elementary Particles 273
13. The Standard Model 345
14. Superstring Unification 377
15. Superstring Gravity 429
16. Epilogue 455
Appendix 457
Laws 458
Equations 459
Maxwell’s Equations 460
Spacetime Metrics 461
Units 462
Constants 463
Periodic Table 464
Index 465
Exploring the Invisible Universe

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