Books to read
Books which look interesting:
- The little book of the big bang: A cosmic primer. Craig Hogan.
Copernicus (Springer-Verlag), NY, 1998, 181 pp, US$20,
ISBN 0-387-98385-6. Reviewed by Ruth Daly in Physics Today, 1999 Jan,
- The new world of Mr. Tompkins.
George Gamow & Russell Stannard.
Cambridge U.P., New York, 1999, 258 pp, US$24.95,
ISBN 0-521-63009-6. Reviewed by Daniel Greenberger in
Physics Today, 2000 Jun, p. 57
- Nine crazy ideas in science: A few might even be true.
Robert Ehrlich. Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton,
2001, 244 pp, US$24.95. Reviewed by William Ingham
in Physics Today 2002 Feb, pp. 56-57
- The universe in a nutshell. Stephen Hawking.
Bantam, NY, 2001, 224 pp, US$35.
Reviewed by Chris Impey in Physics Today, 2002 Apr, p. 80
- Things a computer scientist rarely talks about.
Donald Knuth. CSLI Publications, Stanford (CA), 2001,
257 pp, US$35.00. Reviewed by Saul Teukolsky in
Physics Today 2002 Apr, pp. 81-82
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