Mostly fascinating and enlightening. Final conclusion however left much to be desired, hypothesizing that this concept somehow related to God And while we were placed on this earth.
Whether you will like this books depends greatly on what you are looking for with this book.
If you are looking for a more philosophical layperson's book like Amir D. Aczel's book "Why Science Does Not Disprove God", this isn't it. So, in that I think the title "God's Equation may seem misleading. It isn't really about God or even really a particular equation. The title doesn't lie at all in that it enumerates it's subjects, so if you looking for a book to give you a biography of Albert Einstein, the history or the development of his theory or relativity, and those ideas leading to the conclusion that the Universe is expanding, then you've come to the right place. If you are looking for lots of formulas and the occasional foreign phrase to be intermittently thrown at you without explanation so that you have to look up the meaning of it elsewhere, assuming you are interested in the meaning, then you have also come to the right place.
It's seems like good information, but while I have some science education, I'm no scientist. It is a bit dry.
The narrator is well suited to the text. He speaks clearly, pronounces the terminology and names correctly, and keeps and even pace. What more can you ask of a science text narrator.
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