The book was published by “Bantam Books,” the place of publication was at “Moonrunner Design Ltd. UK (UK: United Kingdom),” and the date of publication was in 2001. The book was overall kind of challenging, but it was also very interesting and I learned a lot from it. I would suggest this book to anyone that had questions to how the universe started, or to anyone who wanted to know more about theories of how the universe had started.
The book shows us very big points in how the universe was created and what it’s going to look like in the future; it showed how Einstein laid the foundations of the two fundamental theories of the twentieth century: general relativity and quantum theory. Also how Einstein’s general relativity gives time a shape, and how this can be reconciled with quantum theory. The book also talked about how the universe has had multiple histories in the past. It also talked about predicting the future, and if the future will be more advanced than it is now.
The book says that the general theory of relativity is the theory of gravitation, which was founded by Albert Einstein in 1915. Einstein’s general theory of relativity transformed space and time from a passive background in which events take place to active participants in the dynamics of the universe. In my opinion, I think it’s quite interesting and also an amazing theory, because this was such a big discovery, and not to mention it was one of the biggest discoveries in the universe. And if you think about it, what if this was never discovered? What would we see in our universe, or what would we see in our world? Stephen hawking explained very well in his book of how he compared and contrasted the past to the future.