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– Who is the author and what is his/her general background? Why might they have written this book? – An explanation of the authors thesis: What is the focus of this book? What was he trying to say? – What struck you or stood out in this book and why? Be as reflective and thoughtful as you can. – How does this book change/challenge the way you look at or think about some previously held belief about the world? If it did not change or challenge anything for you, then carefully explain why. * You can choose any popular physics book except “Death by Black Hole” by Neil Degrasse Tyson. Ive attached some options you can pick from or you can choose a book on your own as well.
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So You’re Doing a Book Analysis….
You can pick any popular physics book in the world,
but here are a few good ones to choose from.
1. ​A Brief History of Time​ by Stephen Hawking (or anything else by this guy)
2. ​The Dancing Wu Li Masters​ by Gary Zukav
3. ​The Tao of Physics​ by Fritjof Capra
4. ​The Elegant Universe​ by Brian Greene
5. ​Surely You’re Joking Mr. Feynman​ by Richard Feynman
6. ​Genius​ by James Gleick
7. ​Parallel Worlds​ by Micchio Kaku (or anything else by this guy)
8. ​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​ by George
Musser.
9. ​The Trouble with Physics​ by Leo Smolin
10. ​Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life​ by ​Helen Czerski

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