Quantum Gravity and String Theory



Authors: P. Davies

Science has always sought to build a holistic picture of the world. In recent decades, physicists have come closer than ever to realizing this dream: the prospects of combining the four fundamental interactions of nature within a single superpower loom, and the physics of the microcosm is increasingly merging with cosmology-the theory of the origin and evolution of the Universe. About all this in a popular and fascinating form tells the book of the famous English scientist and popularizer of science Paul Davis. It is addressed to all those who are interested in the problems of modern fundamental science, especially useful to teachers and students of both physical and philosophical faculties of universities. Until now, the book has not lost its relevance for those interested in the state of modern physics.

Comments: 272 Pages. in Russian

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