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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0:00:00 - Forward by Carl Sagan
0:04:00 - Chapter 1 Our Picture of the Universe
0:34:07 - Chapter 2 Space & Time
1:07:50 - Chapter 3 The Expanding Universe
1:43:45 - Chapter 4 The Uncertainty Principle
2:02:00 - Chapter 5 Elementary Particles & the Forces of Nature
2:39:15 - Chapter 6 Black Holes
3:15:13 - Chapter 7 Black Holes Ain't So Black
4:41:38 - Chapter 8 The Origin & Fate of the Universe
- Chapter 9 The Arrow of Time
- Chapter 10 Wormholes & Time Travel
- Chapter 11 The Unification of Physics
- Chapter 12 Conclusion -
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Aural Audiobook 2 жыл бұрын
0:00:00 - Forward by Carl Sagan 0:04:00 - Chapter 1 Our Picture of the Universe 0:34:07 - Chapter 2 Space & Time 1:07:50 - Chapter 3 The Expanding Universe 1:43:45 - Chapter 4 The Uncertainty Principle 2:02:00 - Chapter 5 Elementary Particles & the Forces of Nature 2:39:15 - Chapter 6 Black Holes 3:15:13 - Chapter 7 Black Holes Ain't So Black 4:41:38 - Chapter 8 The Origin & Fate of the Universe - Chapter 9 The Arrow of Time - Chapter 10 Wormholes & Time Travel - Chapter 11 The Unification of Physics - Chapter 12 Conclusion Support us on Patreon by becoming a member it helps us to sustain and provide more free audiobooks. www.patreon.com/auralaudiobooks
Chris Brown
Chris Brown 2 жыл бұрын
Thank You
Chasing Destiny
Chasing Destiny 2 жыл бұрын
Lol, I didn't even know i did this. I use this video to go to sleep sometimes, must have smashed my face on my phone.
Diogenes Laertius
Diogenes Laertius 2 жыл бұрын
@Chasing Destiny it's funny, I didn't see the comment with the page of "r"s and I had thought you somehow accidentally posted a comment with the time stamps. It's funny to me because of the whole 'monkey and a typewriter' theory that iv heard.
Basit Ali
Basit Ali Жыл бұрын
I sincerely thank you for bringing this wonderful piece of work to everyone on KZbin. ❤️
LNC 3 ай бұрын
I find this entire auditory and intellectual experience to be mind blowing and even more importantly, comforting. Having more questions than answers is an ok and natural state of being, unlike my fundamental upbringing that said absolute truth should not be questioned. Thank you Stephen for giving me some answers in spite of my limited ability to understand. And thank you for not giving up on life when you only had the mobility of your mind remaining. And what a wonderful mind it was!
THE Speed Racer
THE Speed Racer 2 ай бұрын
@LNC - Excellent communication effectiveness in your comment. I fully empathize with almost every notion shared. I'm going out on a limb in approximating your likely age range based upon your profile photo. I probably have around a decade (+ or - a few years) of going along a similar path in intent & sincerity. I applaud your bravery and hope you continue along with your path w/the kindred spirit (pun intended) of big picture (macro) focus while getting deep into the weeds (micro) of many a life's work in scientific theories that are proven/supported by the #'s within the seemingly never-ending and completely comforting new theorem breakthroughs where nothing is sacred and everything is continually questioned and tested which is the very mindset that has created the last 200 years in which more technology has been created than in all of the hundreds of thousands if not millions of years of our DNA bretheren. Miraculously enough (no more puns), many of the most critical physics equations may look exponentially more difficult than they actually are. At least enough to keep us non poly maths fully engaged in what has proven to be for me, a simply mind-blowing roller coaster of absolute paradigm shifts in how I see and appreciate our home world of earth, nature and humanity. I was raised the devout Catholic, though in a fairly liberal parish of which I am sincerely eternally grateful to have been its foundation. Science and Catholicism are actually synergetic in many ways in that academia education is a non-negotiable requirement. This isn't a commercial for Catholicism as I left the church and am very comfortable in my agnosticism. But it doesn't change effect that the Vatican invest many millions into scientific research that very much includes astrology, physics, philosophy and astrophysics. Some of the finest telescopes and telemetry hardware to be found anywhere. I had zero intention of even mentioning any of this as I don't really engage it too often, but as it's flowing now, it seems only choice sincere to leave it in. I can only imagine how much more intensely difficult it could be to confront and walk a different path being raised within a fundamentalist (which sect of Protestantism was it?) environment. Extremist/fundamentalist of any notion, if history has taught us anything, is that the #2 reason humans have died, collectively in totality of our known history, is through fundamentalist extremism of religion fought wars. The #1 slot is _BACTERIA_ in totality that holds the historically leading cause of death for humanity (to include not only homosapiens, but also all of the subspecies that we know of & the many yet to be discovered, undoubtedly). Wars based upon religious doctrine and fighting for the supremacy of whichever deity any particular clan of any size has led to the number two reason humans have met their death based upon our current vast (& yet very much incomplete) knowledge of sociology /societal historical knowledge. If I may humbly suggest trying to find others who are walking a similar path, be they current friends, or, more often necessitating one to continually get outside of one's comfort zone through actively engaging others via local meetings of caring humanists and followers of science. Often normal everyday people that Make great friends and sources of extremely deep conversation. Get together's are found practically anywhere online. If you're in school or are able to enroll in a local higher learning institution, regardless of any 'name brand' or lack thereof couldn't be more strongly suggested to engage those turning wheels (that I can hear grinding in your head all the way from here) in a structured format with a purported expert leading the course. I would certainly recommend Philosophy with religion, especially Christianity as the main theme. You've clearly got a good heart. I wish you well, bud.
Carlos Hughes
Carlos Hughes Жыл бұрын
The brain power of Hawking and his peers from history, blows my mind (pardon the pun)... what a privilege to be able to benefit from them 🤯
Kitty S
Kitty S Жыл бұрын
I love this type of audiobooks. Great for knowledge, and also works as lullaby. 😊
Dhashen Naidu
Dhashen Naidu Жыл бұрын
Dude! Literally put this on whilst I fall asleep.
Kitty S
Kitty S Жыл бұрын
Dhashen Naidu That's exactly what I use it for! It's an adults lullaby. 🌚
Wolfe Gazer
Wolfe Gazer Жыл бұрын
I thought I was the only one
Joshua Mulnick
Joshua Mulnick 7 ай бұрын
@Dhashen Naidu same fam, same!
Toneranger Ай бұрын
This is just an incredible book. I never went to college Hawking explains unravels the Stars in layman's terms. Amazing! Love the old school narrator
Thapa Denisha
Thapa Denisha Жыл бұрын
Thank you so much. I was looking for this book from long time but now I can listen full volume in your channel ☺️
Teayard Entertainment
Teayard Entertainment Жыл бұрын
Am glad too, i was looking for the same, listen to joe rogan podcast too
Immaculate Krishna
Immaculate Krishna Жыл бұрын
Same here
edward lewandowski
edward lewandowski Ай бұрын
Szacunek i pamięć🕊🌹🙏
Bernie Flanders
Bernie Flanders Жыл бұрын
The fact that there are more views on a flat earth video than this beautiful description of our reality is what is wrong with the world
Emjay Жыл бұрын
I think many of the flat earth video views were from people that know the Earth is round. They're just watching it for fun.
Bernie Flanders
Bernie Flanders Жыл бұрын
@Emjay I hope so
jakjak1121 Жыл бұрын
I concur
Robosexual Ай бұрын
The cosmos by Carl Sagan was always my favorite, including the current one narrated his ex student. They did for the stars what Feynman did for the particle and physics, and what will durant did for civilization and earth.
Don’t wake up the Twins! 😅
Don’t wake up the Twins! 😅 17 күн бұрын
Complexity explained so smoothly, truly remarkable.
A G Жыл бұрын
One of my favorite questions asked is was there a beginning to the universe or is there no such thing as a beginning or an end to it?
JDKhaos 8 ай бұрын
I think we can firmly assert that our Universe had a beginning, or at least this cycle of the universe has a beginning. I suppose it's still possible that the universe is cyclic, like Roger Penrose's theory of the CCC model of the universe.
LDN Rider
LDN Rider 3 ай бұрын
I played this and fell asleep. There are no ads, so it played right through without timing. I woke up this morning and now I'm a scientist. It really works!
Gloworm Ай бұрын
yed galax
yed galax Ай бұрын
Of you do that everyday then things will happen
Kamdyn Neale
Kamdyn Neale Ай бұрын
So, not only do I get the privilege of listening to an amazing text, it is also narrated by someone with a transatlantic accent!!!! Score and Score! This is amazing! ❤
Stewart Lancaster
Stewart Lancaster 13 күн бұрын
it is an English accent.
NOMIO Arjuhnly
NOMIO Arjuhnly Жыл бұрын
Please upload more. Thank you for this audiobook.
R Russell
R Russell Жыл бұрын
As read by the KABC AM 790 talk radio legend Michael Jackson. Michael you have had a big impact on my life by showing me the value of knowledge. You've been off the radio for many years now, but I hope you're doing well. Thank you for making my life better.
brtherjohn Жыл бұрын
RIP Michael Jackson
Atari Rastafari
Atari Rastafari Жыл бұрын
I wondered who the reader was. I had a copy of this book I borrowed from Napster back in the day and it was sped up slightly making it sound like John Pertwee.
Taylor Lipton
Taylor Lipton Жыл бұрын
Michael was my grandpa, he just passed a few months ago. I appreciate your kind words!!
Denise Martin
Denise Martin 10 ай бұрын
Sorry for your loss. I miss my grandfather. How interesting to have recordings of your grandfather to listen to with other fans.
phap 2 жыл бұрын
Great book. Thank you for posting this.
Kaustubh Patil
Kaustubh Patil 2 жыл бұрын
A great person is destined to write an great book. But not any the writer / thinker / Author is great but also the person speaking / narrating the book.
never mind
never mind Жыл бұрын
Wow. An insight to one of the greatest human minds ever. Thank you.
Mr H
Mr H 5 ай бұрын
Excellently tailored for the benefit of the lay-expert.
Bryan Draughn
Bryan Draughn 3 ай бұрын
Thankfully, the big bang barely avoided becoming tongue tied thus allowing the universe to develop normally! JK! Great job narrating Michael! One of the greatest books of all time no less!
bubble curtain
bubble curtain Жыл бұрын
More on philosophy please. Thank very much for these profound initiative.
Volcano Earth
Volcano Earth Жыл бұрын
I keep trying to make Carl Sagan's apple pie, but I'm doing something wrong with timespace while creating the universe and the pie never turns out right. Hopefully this will get me sorted out. Truth...been hoping to find this book to listen to on my breaks. TY anonymous uploader.
JP C Жыл бұрын
If one listens and imagines that it has been written by Douglas Adams, it suddenly becomes utterly hilarious. Joking aside, it's a really good listen.
CrackheadCardZ Жыл бұрын
Don’t understand this joke n I love Douglass
𝔖𝔞𝔪𝔲𝔢𝔩 𝔅𝔩𝔞𝔠𝔨
𝔖𝔞𝔪𝔲𝔢𝔩 𝔅𝔩𝔞𝔠𝔨 Жыл бұрын
A very mean joke, but professor Hawking never signed his book😄
dana hansen
dana hansen Жыл бұрын
@JP C About the point where imaginary numbers were mentioned I flashed on The Guide 2.0 from 'Mostly Harmless' and its ability to reverse engineer solutions, so I get it. :)
JP C Жыл бұрын
@dana hansen Thank god!! I was starting to think that it was only me! :-D
Moth's Mummy
Moth's Mummy 5 ай бұрын
@CrackheadCardZ Douglas Adams was actually the pen name used by two authors who wrote the book together. “Douglas Adams” never existed.
Tristan Blackford
Tristan Blackford 2 жыл бұрын
The only thing that does not seem to be effected by time is the theoretical object of spacetime. As such, the existence of matter automatically implies the creation of time; without matter, there is no progression. Matter seems to manipulate spacetime fabric, rather than the fabric of spacetime having an effect on matter. Mass, energy, and time are all equally valid as objects, and therefor imply eachother by way of existence. This was my passing thought, I am by far and large uneducated. Hoping that somebody with a greater understanding of physics can critique my thinking or understanding and explain where I am right and where I am wrong.
cheva Dinesh
cheva Dinesh 2 жыл бұрын
U r in right direction, common.... Explore more❤️.
IMMORTAL Жыл бұрын
Time is measurement of any kind of change of matter i.e motion,change of state etc. Without matter can there be time? Imagine a infinte empty space where no matter exist. Space is absence of matter just like darkness is absence of light. The space has not changed from infinity and will not change till infinity. There will be no concept of past and future there will be only present or simply past and future will be not different from present. That was my thought on this I don't have a strong physics background so I tried to keep it simple ,Does it sounds logical?
Tommy Heron
Tommy Heron Жыл бұрын
Matter and or energy is needed as a clock so no matter/energy then no time.
Kelly Robinson
Kelly Robinson Жыл бұрын
According to the latest theories, you're indirectly but only partly right, IF my memory serves. Check out "A Matter of Time" from the Science Festival (a video on KZbin) for a discussion. But let's start from the top. First, the old notion of 3- dimensional space with time as a separate thing has been updated. Sort of. We still have 3 dimensions, height, width, and depth, also known as the x, y, and z axes (plural of axis, pronounced, "AX-eez"); but instead of time as a separate entity, it is joined with space to give us spacetime. Just as an (imperfect but useful) aid to understanding it, you can think of spacetime as something like a bedsheet or blanket, stretched out flat and level, suspended in the air. With no objects on it, it's uniform, the same in all directions. Now, let's place a marble on it. The weight of the marble creates a small cone-shaped dent in the sheet, something like a hole, or a well. Now think of this sheet as spacetime, and the marble as some mass, like a planet. The dent in the sheet (spacetime) created by the marble (the planet) represents the influence of the gravity associated with that mass (the "gravity well" of that mass). This gravity well is a warp in both space and time (spacetime). Space curves a bit in the well, and so there is a curved line between any two points within the well. Since a curved line between two points is longer than a straight line between those same two points, the time it takes to travel from one to the other at any given velocity is longer, too (as seen by an observer outside the well). So time has been stretched by gravity ("dilated") along with the space. Basically, time slows down, as seen by an outside observer. This analogy is imperfect, but it will do for now. But in other words, mass creates gravity, and gravity warps spacetime. Now let's remove that marble, and replace it with a steel ball of the same size. The steel is denser and contains more mass, so it makes a bigger dent; it's gravity well is deeper and wider. Now let's take the steel ball away, and replace it with a bigger steel ball. The gravity well gets even deeper and wider. Now let's take our marble, and starting from some spot on the sheet outside the gravity well, let's roll the marble towards the steel ball. As the marble enters the gravity well, it's forced to try and follow the curve created by the well. So if the marble is moving too slowly, its path will curve a bit, but it will fall down the well, and impact the steel ball. So we try again, and roll the marble really fast this time. As it enters the gravity well, the marble will again try to follow the curve of the well, but it's moving too fast, and skips up and out of the well and travels on, but in a different direction, and at a different speed than when it entered the well. But if the speed and direction of the marble is just right when it enters the gravity well, it WILL follow the curve of spacetime within the well, and neither impact the ball, or skip up and out. And if we imagine there is no friction, nothing to slow the marble down, and no further outside force to speed it up, then it will follow the curve of the well indefinitely, in a path we call a "stable orbit". I forget for the moment who put it this way, but a prominent scientist told us that "matter tells spacetime how to bend, and spacetime tells matter how to behave." (Maybe Maxwell...?🤔) There is an equation that describes this. It's not E=mc², but another. THAT specific equation also slips my memory just now. But a little searching will turn it up. Start with that quote I just gave you. That should help. 🤠
Tristan Blackford
Tristan Blackford Жыл бұрын
@Kelly Robinson I can see your reasoning when you said I was indirectly right after thinking about your analogy. I would be interested in that equation! I'll keep researching, thank you for the very thoughtful answer!
Kal Gord.
Kal Gord. 10 ай бұрын
Who is this read by, and when was it recorded? Brilliantly vintage vibes, perfectly suited for this book.
Aryan Bansode
Aryan Bansode 10 ай бұрын
Great astrophysicist Carl Sagan
ClearlycaribbeanReb 9 ай бұрын
@Aryan Bansode This isn’t Sagan’s voice.
Aryan Bansode
Aryan Bansode 9 ай бұрын
@ClearlycaribbeanReb clearly it's Carl Sagan's voice. You can also see the pinned comment of this video
ClearlycaribbeanReb 9 ай бұрын
@Aryan Bansode Clearly it’s not Carl. The speaker has an English accent, Sagan was from Brooklyn. He wrote the forward to this book is all. Get a clue.
ClearlycaribbeanReb 9 ай бұрын
This is read by KABC AM 790 Radio’s Michael Jackson.
Ram Dongre
Ram Dongre 4 ай бұрын
This is very helpful to readers, very nice👍👍👍
劉安安妮 4 ай бұрын
I believe the widow of Stephen William Hawking knows what is the time meant to Hawking, said in his works and in his mind, through words typed by her to the world. But at least he contributes a lot to everyone whenever and wherever, with his love. Most of what is thought in universities and during the first marriage of Hawking is still in good possession of his ex wife, treasures of times.
Aunt Vesuvi
Aunt Vesuvi Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this! ⚛️🌌⏳
TuPanaViajero Жыл бұрын
Thanks this audio book is a gift
Eddie Heron
Eddie Heron 2 жыл бұрын
My boss passed me his read paperback copy back in 1990. I read it, really enjoying it, then misplaced it during house move. I’d always thought about getting another copy to review . . . .
Martin Then
Martin Then Жыл бұрын
I purchased a copy with my pocket money a million years ago. I have read it more times than I care to count, and I have continued to learn from it over the years. In recent years, trials and worries have kept me from wondering amongst the stars, until my wife did a spring clean and tossed this dog eared book out with the trash. I rescued it and have hidden it is a place I won’t disclose here, just in case she reads it.
Efi S.
Efi S. Жыл бұрын
Why did I read this as my boss read me his paper book copy while passing away💀
Mordor Ай бұрын
@Efi S. probably cuz English is not his or her first tongue. I saw that too. However I knew what they meant/mean.
Vamanakumar Kvkumar
Vamanakumar Kvkumar Жыл бұрын
Amazing explanation
MichaelC Copeland Sr
MichaelC Copeland Sr Ай бұрын
Time is fascinating. I worked the subway stations for nearly 10 years. From one end of the city to the other. Every so often I would notice the city would be saying that, "Today just flew by" or "The day was just dragging along." How can an entire city complain about the same time paradox unless it was effected by it. Maybe a time distorted bubble the earth passes through in its revolution around the sun. Maybe random waves of time distortion hitting the earth? Maybe they're randomly given off by the sun. Maybe they're from outside our Terran system and reach us in intervals. ???? Ti-i-i-ime, is on my side. Yes, it is!
Mordor Ай бұрын
I like you. Let’s grab a drink sometime.
Rougarou 28 күн бұрын
You gonna share those microdots?
Danny Powell
Danny Powell 2 ай бұрын
If Hawking had narrated this himself what do you figure the running time would be?
Mordor Ай бұрын
Wouldn’t matter id still listen.
Ahmed Modu
Ahmed Modu Жыл бұрын
Yes,I believed the Rotation and Revolution of Earth but also,opined shifting and wearing away of it in it's axis.
Jason Berezny
Jason Berezny Жыл бұрын
“Everything and everyone is part of something else.” 👁❤️
Arthur Charron
Arthur Charron Жыл бұрын
Flat earth
The_factory Жыл бұрын
@Arthur Charron ?????
Arthur Charron
Arthur Charron Жыл бұрын
@The_factory the earth is flat as a pancake
locust locust
locust locust Жыл бұрын
damn. wish someone else considered my existence
Arthur Charron
Arthur Charron Жыл бұрын
@locust locust I wish someone would acknowledge the world is flat as fuck
Johnson Tunu
Johnson Tunu Жыл бұрын
Listening to Prof Stephen Hawking’s popular masterpiece (six and a half hours long) for the third time. He talks a lot about the Mother Nature ( =Spinoza-Einstein) God in this his treatise on cosmology. Nobel prizes in physics seem to go to those who discover some new particle in nature. Hawking has contributed immensely to understanding the workings of the universe, and would appropriately have deserved a Nobel in physics. Alas, Nobel awards don’t come posthumously. The Hawking-Einstein God is thankfully free of generating religious hatred, irrational addictions to it. [“In the beginning was the word (=primordial ENERGY?), and the word was with God, and what God was, the word was”]
Whoop Shoopadoop
Whoop Shoopadoop 8 ай бұрын
In Christianity, the word refers to Jesus and in Judaism the Messiah
Ed D.
Ed D. 10 ай бұрын
Chuck Norris can know both the position and velocity of a particle simultaneously.
Steve Weinstein
Steve Weinstein Жыл бұрын
This book is a whole lot easier to fathom when being read to by this guy than trying to read through it.
Darryl Жыл бұрын
You prob just learn better that way. I find things easier to understand when I can read them.
Jjs Man
Jjs Man Жыл бұрын
I agree with Steve.
goatrectum Жыл бұрын
I find reading the text while listening & following along in Braille does the trick for me.
072 383
072 383 Жыл бұрын
@goatrectum I find that reading it in two different languages, as well as with a braille copy, while having someone read it to me, while also having someone read it to me in reverse, does the trick for me. It all just falls into place this way. 🙃
Ahmed Modu
Ahmed Modu Жыл бұрын
Human Nature.You can be anybody. You have the Mind.
Foxiepaws ACAnderson
Foxiepaws ACAnderson Жыл бұрын
I questioned everything. Especially the Universe and whats outside of that, ad infin. I wanted to know the Why of everything along with my love of animals and distrust of people. I recently found I was on the Autism spectrum and that maybe explains why I needed to know Everything. From the time I learned to read, which was pre school, I wanted Encyclopedias for every Birthday and Christmas and loved the ancient full set that sat on my Grandmothers bookshelves and contained just about everything And Aesops Fables too...those Blue Books, Leatherbound and fantastical were EVERYTHING to my childs mind. I dont know why I havent physically read Hawking, perhaps a feeling it would be too dry and wordy, not that that ever stopped me, as a rule, before. My late Dad was a Merchant Seaman and, luckily, he managed to take my sister and I, along with our Mum, on quite a few journeys. The last one, we Circumnavigated the World, out from Tilbury, via Panama to New Zealand and Australia and back across the Indian Ocean and from Durban and Cape Town, Up the West African Coast back to Tilbury. The curve of the planet becomes very obvious when youre at sea as the examples given here are things you actually see when approaching land masses or other vessels. Not that I ever entertained the Flat Earth idea, ever.
chad hansen
chad hansen 8 ай бұрын
Cool story
Tommy O Donovan
Tommy O Donovan Жыл бұрын
I read this book in 1995(?), I had to read it three times, I still don't think I really truly fully understood it.
nemo260 2 жыл бұрын
It would be great to timestamp the chapters 👍
Stellar Wind
Stellar Wind 2 жыл бұрын
0:00:00 - Forward by Carl Sagan 0:04:00 - Chapter 1 Our Picture of the Universe 0:34:07 - Chapter 2 Space & Time 1:07:50 - Chapter 3 The Expanding Universe 1:43:45 - Chapter 4 The Uncertainty Principle 2:02:00 - Chapter 5 Elementary Particles & the Forces of Nature 2:39:15 - Chapter 6 Black Holes 3:15:13 - Chapter 7 Black Holes Ain't So Black 4:41:38 - Chapter 8 The Origin & Fate of the Universe - Chapter 9 The Arrow of Time - Chapter 10 Wormholes & Time Travel - Chapter 11 The Unification of Physics - Chapter 12 Conclusion
M B Жыл бұрын
Why aren’t chapters 9-12 time stamped?
superboost1997 Жыл бұрын
@M B why don’t you do it yourself?
Nathaniel Avoures
Nathaniel Avoures Жыл бұрын
I wrote a book..it was a breif history of mine! However its im always developing stories there all out there at your finger tips! Stephen hawking was amazing ironically and fortanetly he didnt have a brief history life! When i first saw him i thought he had a car wreck so that made me interested in him and his knowledge of couse later i learned he had a disease his psyhical limitations and mine from a real car wreck made me want to learn everything about the universe and chemistry! My research never ends Stephen Hawking was pretty smart however i through a invention into the wheel work of creation and evolution a monkey wrench i created a equal lateral vortex which is transends even the power of a blackhole! Which actually is easy to create.. ive made mini blackholes that sucked information from sentators and judges into a device which is for there own protection! And top secret!
You don't see an old man havin' a Twix
You don't see an old man havin' a Twix Жыл бұрын
You don't see an old man havin' a Twix
You don't see an old man havin' a Twix Жыл бұрын
Harold Pennis
Harold Pennis 11 ай бұрын
You ok buddy?
JP C Жыл бұрын
Thank you for posting. 🙂👌
Nick Dremuck
Nick Dremuck Жыл бұрын
This is not Professor Hawking's voice.
Liquifire3D Жыл бұрын
Always so hard to find the Hawking narrated version.
Jason Berezny
Jason Berezny Жыл бұрын
With all due respect to Mr. Hawking, I don’t know if I would make it past the 3rd chapter of his computer voice narration much less 6 hours. I suppose an hour a day I could do lol. I would like to hear it nonetheless. I’m surprised someone hasn’t created and posted an emulated hawking voice version. Unless there is one as you stated.👁❤️
Jason Berezny
Jason Berezny Жыл бұрын
@Liquifire3D Definitely iconic. Mr. Hawking is inspirational in many ways. 👁🖖
Louis In Name Only
Louis In Name Only 4 ай бұрын
Yes, a short one 1:2 a day but a big topic.
Bruce Chamberlin
Bruce Chamberlin Жыл бұрын
Couldn’t dark matter be simply the quantum foam of particles coming into existence then annihilating. Are we seeing just the quantum foam and reading it as matter?
Bernie Flanders
Bernie Flanders Жыл бұрын
Nice. Although I think the distribution of dark matter has put this idea to the back of the shelves which is a shame as it's a great idea. I like the "dark matter being a superfluid" idea the most, it has been gathering a lot of attention of late due to its behaviour fitting the observations almost perfectly. A hypothesis I used to have was that dark matter is the expansion of space-time itself being obstructed by matter. A bit like if you put a rock into a stream of flowing water, it obstructs the water and causes currents and loss of kinetic energy. The only difference is to think of it as the stream running in all directions and is therefore slowed down in all directions, which would cause the rippling of space-time in all directions around a galaxy let's say, and cause the outer stars to be pushed back towards the centre of the galaxy and not be flung into intergalactic space as our understanding of gravity says they should. Passing these ideas between ourselves is a really cool way to test our brain power and help us have new ideas that may someday, be tested and proven.
Dr Gamma D
Dr Gamma D 2 ай бұрын
No. Quantum foam is Lorentz invariant, dark matter is not. Kinda like the luminiferous a ether argument
R Russell
R Russell Жыл бұрын
RIP Michael Jackson (narrator). You were a great man.
Paul Gambino
Paul Gambino Жыл бұрын
Thank you I like Michael Jackson too RIP
Pushengmung Rajkonwar
Pushengmung Rajkonwar Жыл бұрын
Michael York
J S Жыл бұрын
chum on you know it
Jason Spades
Jason Spades Жыл бұрын
He was a great dancer
Eli Guy
Eli Guy Жыл бұрын
Dear Aristo, if the universe existed forever, wouldnt it be filled with an infinite number of skeletons of the living who perished since the beginning of eternity?
productwholeslave Жыл бұрын
I have come to believe, not through this text, but before (for me, this is just Hawking reiforcing my believe), that God is, our perhaps Was, an existential thing 23:19
Sir Talkalot Doolittle
Sir Talkalot Doolittle 7 ай бұрын
I'm disappointed that Hawking didn't read this himself.
Hal Weilbrenner
Hal Weilbrenner 6 күн бұрын
Trolling much?
nicole73551 Жыл бұрын
Hmm.. 2nd law of thermodynamics, as at 3:18:35. Telling me that two together contain more entropy than the sum of each individual. Demonstrated here in daily practice by the two of us at home getting more of the repairs and painting done on the house when working together than when we work as individuals. :)
Anthony Cotter
Anthony Cotter Жыл бұрын
Motor neurone disease is a severely life-shortening condition for most people. Life expectancy for about half of those with the condition is three years from the start of symptoms. However, some people may live for up to 10 years, and in rarer circumstances.
Theatre and cats
Theatre and cats Жыл бұрын
This is one of the most astounding things about Mr Hawkins’ story. He was given about 2 years I believe when he was a boy of 21 and yet he made it to 76. It’s almost like the universe game him this physical disease so he could just use his mind but, because he was Stephen Hawkins, he was granted an inordinate lifespan in spite of the disease. Whatever is behind it, he is arguably the most remarkable man of his era. 🤩
Sunshine, Joe
Sunshine, Joe 8 ай бұрын
Great documentary #History of time.
MBH026 11 ай бұрын
I love the classic pronouniation. A thousand million yearrrrddds 😁👍
Jo Vs
Jo Vs Жыл бұрын
This is Gold..
Gavin Ross
Gavin Ross 6 ай бұрын
Comedy is always more popular that science.
Jimmy Thomas
Jimmy Thomas 7 күн бұрын
Man is intellectual with not a ounce of intelligence.
Hubert Cumberdale
Hubert Cumberdale 2 жыл бұрын
wish this was read by stephen hawking
Steve Weinstein
Steve Weinstein Жыл бұрын
I don't think that would have worked, for the obvious reason.
Oleniev Art
Oleniev Art 6 ай бұрын
Brilliant 🎉
Susie Henderson
Susie Henderson 7 ай бұрын
Interesting how he missed the plane under identical circumstances at 4:19:25 AND at 5:19:30 This proves that nobody else in the comments has actually listened to this.
David Marshall
David Marshall 6 ай бұрын
and he's been around the world at least 3 times!
prateek 2 жыл бұрын
5:41:45 - the unification of physics
Johnny Жыл бұрын
Arthur Charron
Arthur Charron Жыл бұрын
This is a load , You have to hear the UFEToP unified flat earth theory of physics
Noumenus Жыл бұрын
"Turtles, All the Way Down" would be an excellent band name. Or "Infinite Tortoise Theory".
Johnny Жыл бұрын
Chapter 10 5:41:49
Beauty Жыл бұрын
Bahut aacha laga thanks
Lou Lou1000
Lou Lou1000 4 ай бұрын
It's easier to listen to an intelligent sounding idiot than someone we know is hyper intelligent and will use words and concepts we don't understand. Listening to the idiot doesn't make us question our own intelligence levels, listening to a genius forces us to face them constantly. I think . Either that or a lot will assume they won't understand any of this but I think it's better to listen and understand some than listen to nothing so learn nothing
Anni Designs
Anni Designs 4 ай бұрын
5:40:00 unification of physics
SJ The First
SJ The First 8 ай бұрын
I was very disappointed that it was not read by Dr Hawking himself.
Niko2100 5 ай бұрын
4:46:40 Neutrinos are confirmed to have mass, no greater than 2.14 × 10-37 kg. The exact figure has not been determined as of December 2022.
Razvan Muresan
Razvan Muresan 11 ай бұрын
where can i find chapter 10
Govinda GovindaJi
Govinda GovindaJi 2 ай бұрын
07:03 "Why else does one see the sails of a ship coming over the horizon and only later see the hull~?" Ya know this seems logical, but then we must ask, can a boat we are sitting in also witness this~? If so, how~? Shouldn't the sitting boat also continue moving further 'around' or away~? And does it depend on which direction the viewer and/or the boat are facing in relation to the earth's directional rotation~? And a separate question: if a boat is traveling slowly in the same direction as the earth how does it ever reach the shore~? I am sure if I stop and think about these things, I [may] be able to answer them, but off the top o the head in this brief moment of time, I cannot.
Danny 3 ай бұрын
Particles can really not look the same after you spin them 360 degrees? 😮😮😮
Dr Gamma D
Dr Gamma D 2 ай бұрын
Not spinors. Got a time stamp for that?
Badger Жыл бұрын
It would seem that a sort of super black hole that would collapse in on itself and, because of an impact of large body (e.g. galaxy) that would create an explosion of its mass that we would mistake as "The Big Bang." If there is anyone who is very smart in astro/physics fields tell me if this is possible or if someone has previously thought this, could you please leave a comment? My specialty is not in the hard sciences/maths.
Jimmy daknife
Jimmy daknife Жыл бұрын
A black hole, by its nature is as collapsed as it is possible to be. Almost irrationally dense, so much so that matter is actually changed inside it. There are a couple theories regarding the state of mass in a black hole. As to whether there is an upward limit to the amount of mass that a black hole can absorb.... I haven't encountered any speculation in that regard. If there is a limit to how much mass spacetime can tolerate in one spot.... perhaps that is the origin of the big bang 🤔
Bernie Flanders
Bernie Flanders Жыл бұрын
Just think of a tiny piece of space-time quantum tunneling from another bubble universe into the dimensions that the universes are contained in. Voilà, another universe is born. That is the best way I can articulate how our big bang would be possible as the other theories on how they happen are even more mind bending. The reason I use this explaination is because the maths works too. Inflation theory fits the CMB data almost perfectly and the space-time tunneling event would be the most likely candidate for the causality.
MichaelC Copeland Sr
MichaelC Copeland Sr Ай бұрын
My idea so I get to name it! Voyager 1 is now in interstellar time or "Mikey's Time." "V-ger's" message is sped up now that it's outside our suns time bubble or "Terran Time." It would be faster still if "V-ger" sent a message from beyond the Milky Way's time bubble. (That name is still up for grabs.) Then there's Outside the Local Group time bubble, so on and so on until we get to the, "True Interstellar Time Standard." Now that "Vyger" is in interstellar space, it's also in the Milky Way's STANDARD, faster moving, interstellar time or "Mikey's Time." This can be proven by turning off everything except its clock and transmitter. Have "Vyger" and the IP read time for as long as possible. They WILL show the flow of time speeds up the further away you from any celestial bodies. Until you reach the time standard. •Our sun's time bubble: "Terran Time" we know and have measured. •Milky Way's time bubble or "Mikey's Time." The rate/flow of TIME outside any influence but within the Milky Way: We just got there and are still figuring. Wild guess I'd say time will increase in speed, now and until Vyger is outside the Ort cloud .007-.07% faster, maybe. Just for reference. •Local Group's time bubble or the rate/flow of time outside of any influence but within the Local Group: Name still open and unknown. Wild guess .08% to a couple seconds faster, maybe. Used just for reference. •Outside any influence in the, "True Interstellar Time Standard," or...;-P Name NOT up for grabs BUT just begging to be measured. The rate/flow of time is fastest here so, surfing time here is choice. Though it's best to have your motor boat. ;-P A minute is a minute in all. It's the rate/flow I'm talking about. The Milky Way's Interstellar Time Standard will be known as, "Mikey's Time." Pass it on, please and thank you.
Maximus 2 жыл бұрын
There are so many mistakes from whoever narrated this. I’m 30 min in and have come across more than twenty times the narrator has read the wrong words or just straight up skipped words, or said do instead of do not. It can really change the way theses ideas are viewed if they aren’t expressed correctly. It’s as if nobody listened to this before it was put out
Fainthed Cherry
Fainthed Cherry 2 жыл бұрын
Better than nothing tbh, to people like me who can't buy the books bc of rona and not having a credit card to order stuff. I need this for an exam so,, handy enough to summarize what they're talking about.
Maximus 2 жыл бұрын
@Fainthed Cherry Thats true, I like to read along sometimes and its annoying when there are constant mistakes. Good enough to get the gist tho, enjoy the read!
Fainthed Cherry
Fainthed Cherry Жыл бұрын
@Maximus Thanks, I did! I just don't know what my grade for my exam'll be until next week Wednesday. I hope I'll pass :")
Maverick Buckley
Maverick Buckley Жыл бұрын
Which edition are you comparing it to Max? I noticed that too but mines a much later edition and is quite different to the earlier one my dad had.
Anna Nelson
Anna Nelson Жыл бұрын
@Fainthed Cherry how did you do on your exam?
Mergbann Жыл бұрын
Great book, the slight peep's are slightly irritating though.
Ben Camins
Ben Camins Жыл бұрын
I fully agree. The removal of these peeps would enhance the experience. Thus, I am presently venturing into some audio software to eliminate these audio artifacts, which most likely were inadvertently incorporated during recording or some kind of copyright encoding. If successful, I will share, if deemed appropriate.
সোনার কেল্লা
সোনার কেল্লা Жыл бұрын
When I need to think about God I listen to this book.
ClayMac 10 ай бұрын
This book will get you much closer to god than the Bible ever will.
Aziz Utku ÖZDEMİR Жыл бұрын
Thanks for sharing
Ruslan Nunez
Ruslan Nunez Жыл бұрын
The fact that Mr Hawkin is no more brings me sadness. He was a brilliant interpreter of his own concepts and theories. Too bad he always seemed to be talking like a dragon. Less often like a man who could reconcile with the fact that God has the power to create an orderly conceived universe. A caring God who took to with love ,that everything he created was to benefit mankind.
Jim Bell
Jim Bell Жыл бұрын
God is a sod
Mikel H.
Mikel H. Жыл бұрын
wtf are you saying???
Ruslan Nunez
Ruslan Nunez Жыл бұрын
@Jim BellAw...You're insulted by my statements. Wait until you're caught wanting.
Ruslan Nunez
Ruslan Nunez Жыл бұрын
@Mikel H. God created the universe and everything you see around you Well not BMWs .That is obviously one man's idea of perfection. Very limited by comparison I'd say.
horsetuna Жыл бұрын
This audiobook seems to repeat itself
Charles Marcello
Charles Marcello Жыл бұрын
Light leaves all objects regardless of that object(s) velocity at a constant, equal to the velocity+c regardless of its dimensions and at the relative angled velocities of that objects volume. Anything can travel faster than light, yet nothing can catch its own light because it moves away at a constant light speed regardless of that object(s) velocity. Our current restrictions on the universe are the same stupidity that demanded nothing could travel faster than sound. The fact that matter exists to the billionth billionth power faster than light can travel is measurable but only if you see everything as a single entity existing simultaneously equally. And the relative slowness of light is what allows us to experience our reality. The only thing the theory of relatively continues to do is define how we observe our reality. But it does not explain the truth of our reality, because the physical exists outside our ability to observe that reality/angle of perception regardless of size (mirco/macro).
Joshua Clark
Joshua Clark Жыл бұрын
Am I the only one who wants the book read in his robot voice? I assume somebody else has expressed it here.
James Douglas
James Douglas Жыл бұрын
Definetly a rare 💎
Just Lookin
Just Lookin Жыл бұрын
What an argument you caused. People are so funny. Anyway, I agree with your comment whilst having a laugh at all the insults being given out. Pmsl. They may have listened to the book, but going on the low brow chat going back and forth, I doubt they understand it. Peace out Dr logic.🕊🇬🇧
John Zeszut
John Zeszut 2 жыл бұрын
Time is measured before it has begun it slips away like running water.
Van sf
Van sf Ай бұрын
If the universe had had a beginning, then there would have been a much larger space surrounding and containing its origin or beginning. So, what do you think the larger space surrounding its origin would have been? You cannot say that it was another larger universe simply because it would have got to be another even larger universe which contained that larger universe, and the fallacious argument would go on and on forever without answering the question what would have been the space which contained the beginning or origin of the universe if it had had a beginning It is a very simple logical reasoning without anything complicated at all. It is like any form of matter which is observable to human limited knowledge. The universe itself is obviously also a form of matter, containing all other smaller forms of matter within it. The only difference is that its size is the largest. You'll have to prove its origin if you claim it had a beginning. it is just like you. You yourself came into being in this world from your mother's womb which was the larger space surrounding your beginning or original and initial form of matter. Obviously, you cannot say it came from nowhere and nothing because that answer can come from only the ignorant and the brainless, but not any scientist.
phil orlowski
phil orlowski 17 күн бұрын
Some may believe the body cannot heal itself. Some may believe the body cannot heal specific organs. Some may believe specific conditions cannot be returned to normalcy. I believe the body has a natural state of well being, which becomes disrupted. Tesla taught us that everything is energy, frequency and vibration. If disbelieving creates a vibration beginning at the sub-atomic level (cellular friction -- the start point of disruption), then the opposing vibration is one of belief where the cells function as intended in the microscopic arena, un-disrupted without friction. Understanding the underlying cause of non well being (disruption) is the first step toward betternment. 🙂
ChequeWriter Жыл бұрын
I listened to this in full and my conclusion at the end was, "well obviously, duh!".
Gulabjamun Жыл бұрын
MichaelC Copeland Sr
MichaelC Copeland Sr Ай бұрын
How about this? Dark Energy is EQUAL to Energy plus TIME, for our purposes here, "HEAVY TIME." Mira, look, if we look at any form of energy or whatever you want to call it. We see this electron orbit however many times a minute. We set that as our base or 0 reading, right? For our plain of existence, anyway. However, in this pocket of "heavy time" we get readings of a billion times a minute because time is HEAVY here and passes faster. Or, energy where there shouldn't be energy / dark energy / Heavy Time. See, in that same minute that electron aged a million times faster and therefore has given off readings of a million instead of our base readings. Dark energy IS "HEAVY TIME." It's the difference in TIME that we're seeing! Maybe. The light from these galaxies have been aged by going through pockets of dark energy or "heavy time." Numbers used for reference only. TI-I-I-IME IS ON MY SIDE! YES, IT IS! Now we look at the other side of the coin, dark matter. Pockets of dark matter are actually pockets of "LIGHT TIME." Mira, look, if heavy time is, "full," it stands to reason, light time would be "starving," right? Now this light time is slower. Making our base 0 electron seem to stand still. Get a pocket full of seemingly motionless nothing and you get a pocket of starving dark matter. In this case "starving" is the same as creating a vacuum in space. Since this pocket of "Light time" is "starving" and everything outside this pocket of dark matter is in a "heavier time," it makes it appear dark matter is attracting when really it's just a vacuum, in time, trying to equalize. Making it stand to reason, by my, "I'm not smart enough to give anything more than this simplified reasoning, that Dark Matter is "LIGHT TIME" and Dark Energy is "HEAVY TIME." Maybe. Now think about this. As light travels through the universe and passes through these pockets of Heavy Time or Light Time. Does that "age" or "distort" that particular beam of light? Does that beam of light that is say 40 million light years away now look like it's 100 million light years away? If I'm right, it would explain why these 6 "old" galaxies are being discovered. Also if I'm right and someone proves it, you must name it after me and give me a cut of the Nobel prize winnings. Pass it on please. and thank you. Don't worry, where I come from crazy is a compliment. As it should be P.S. I may have gotten the names backwards and thanks again ;-P
ZOOMPC Жыл бұрын
Any chance this could be read to me in his voice?
Apple Red
Apple Red 4 ай бұрын
The absurdity of it all amazes me. How does religion still poison 84% of the world’s population. I hope everyone realize this someday and free themselves from the greatest con of all time. Knowledge is liberating!
RIP Stephen Hawking
RIP Stephen Hawking Жыл бұрын
Very nice
MZT Жыл бұрын
The moment Hawking departed this life he was surprised to note that he was not dead. He was also surprised to note his theories in physics were childish and incorrect. He laughed.
neena k
neena k Жыл бұрын
that doesnt even make any sense
Martha R
Martha R Жыл бұрын
@neena k yes it does....
neena k
neena k Жыл бұрын
@Martha R no it doesnt martha
Martha R
Martha R Жыл бұрын
@neena k yes it does, to me it does and obviously to the O.P it does too as well as whomever gives it a thumbs up...
Aseel A
Aseel A Жыл бұрын
3:41:28 -- CH 8 4:41:31 -- CH 9
Spade Ace
Spade Ace Жыл бұрын
Fine, I’ll be the one to say it, a lot of this guys theories are brilliant but one forgets that being in a chair and unable to do anything for yourself, ever, gives you an unordinary viewpoint on life as opposed to fully functional human beings.
Davin Hiscock
Davin Hiscock Жыл бұрын
Fabric of time is an illusion of misconceptions of unknowns
Anna Bell
Anna Bell Жыл бұрын
Stephen concluded that time travel is not possible.
rudy alvarez
rudy alvarez Жыл бұрын
As Hawking passed into the afterlife he quickly realized he knew nothing.
Martha R
Martha R Жыл бұрын
AMEN!!! 🙏
Davy Moore
Davy Moore Жыл бұрын
Supernatural no evidence
TON 618
TON 618 7 ай бұрын
There is no afterlife 😉
cmrjc74 4 ай бұрын
So how are the Milky Way and the andromeda galaxy going to converge if they our moving away from each other ?
Mark Disher
Mark Disher 4 ай бұрын
I can only be a little more informed by this. But why the million million etc? Why not just a number with how ever many zeros after it? Does the word million need repetition - isn't a million million just a long winded way of saying a trillion? I read the book about 30 years ago, but don't remember being so annoyed at the overuse of the m word. And I don't want to hear that it's British usage: the banking institutions of the UK don't shy away from billions and trillions. Why would science?
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