Peisajul cosmic: teoria corzilor și iluzia unui plan inteligent

Peisajul cosmic: teoria corzilor și iluzia unui plan inteligent

Leonard Susskind Irinel Caprini / Jun 17, 2019

Peisajul cosmic teoria corzilor i iluzia unui plan inteligent Pe m sur ce n elegem tot mai bine universul nostru suntem confrunta i cu o ntrebare tulbur toare Cum se face c legile naturii sunt at t de fin reglate nc t s permit existen a stelelor a P m ntului i

  • Title: Peisajul cosmic: teoria corzilor și iluzia unui plan inteligent
  • Author: Leonard Susskind Irinel Caprini
  • ISBN: 9789735035815
  • Page: 443
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  • Pe m sur ce n elegem tot mai bine universul nostru, suntem confrunta i cu o ntrebare tulbur toare Cum se face c legile naturii sunt at t de fin reglate nc t s permit existen a stelelor, a P m ntului i, n ultim instan , a noastr Pe de alt parte, teoria corzilor care se presupune a fi explica ia ultim a fizicii nu conduce la o singur solu ie pentru legilPe m sur ce n elegem tot mai bine universul nostru, suntem confrunta i cu o ntrebare tulbur toare Cum se face c legile naturii sunt at t de fin reglate nc t s permit existen a stelelor, a P m ntului i, n ultim instan , a noastr Pe de alt parte, teoria corzilor care se presupune a fi explica ia ultim a fizicii nu conduce la o singur solu ie pentru legile naturii, ci la o bog ie inimaginabil de variante De ce at tea posibilit i, c nd primul g nd al filozofilor i oamenilor de tiin este c existen a noastr e unic determinat Leonard Susskind r spunde la cele dou ntreb ri printr o remarcabil schimbare de paradigm , una dintre cele mai profunde din ntreaga istorie a tiin ei universul nostru nu e dec t unul ntre nemum rate altele, cuprinse ntr un megavers n care toate posibilit ile se realizeaz efectiv.

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      • Leonard Susskind Irinel Caprini

        Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University His research interests include string theory, quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum cosmology He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an associate member of the faculty of Canada s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and a distinguished professor of the Korea Institute for Advanced Studyad enpedia wiki Leonard_


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    1. I had seen many references to this controversial book - among other things, it's quoted approvingly in Dawkins's The God Delusion - but somehow I didn't get round to reading it until this week. Despite the fact that it's sloppily argued and poorly written, I'm embarrassed to say that I found it unputdownable. If you also enjoy watching smart, opinionated people shooting their mouths off in public, you may well have the same reaction. Susskind, writing in 2005, confidently promises to explain Lif [...]


    2. This book is one of the best physics/cosmology books I've ever read (read 3 times in fact). The most interesting parts, for me, were related to the Anthropic Principle and the discussion of the Landscape and Multiverse theories. As I understood it the biggest issue was with the cosmological constant he discussed. If it were exactly zero, as Einstein believed, we would live in a "flat" (read: not-curved) universe and everyone would be OK with that. But better and better measurements show that the [...]


    3. Това, което отличава Съскинд от повечето автори на научно-популярна литература, "сражавали" се на предните редици на научно-изследователския прогрес, е че той не се притеснява от егото си и от това, че Аз-ът му изпъква във всеки един ред на книгата. Напротив, освен, че ни зареж [...]


    4. This could be a useful book were it not written by a person who thinks so well of himself that he continually intrudes his unpleasant personality over the subject matter. Basically, he is telling us something that Hume told us, what, about 300 years ago, that the universe seems beautifully designed to allow life to exist (which leads some to propose the notion that it must therefore have been specifically and deliberately designed for us to live in) because we do in fact live in it. It's the onl [...]


    5. How do you explain theoretical physics with no equations? lots of metaphors. Susskind runs the gamut on theoretical physics in the early 21st century. A whole new ballgame sine the 50's. Our scope of the cosmos has just widened to unprecedented proportions. Anything is possible, even *GASP* God!!This is the guy that disproved Stephen Hawkins' theory of black holes. He went to write about it and wrote this book instead. Why? Because after a hundred years of sucking Newton's throbbing laws and lic [...]


    6. This book was hard to put down because the presentation of string theory was excellent. It was easy to follow and understand with wonderful analogies and descriptions. Still not sure on how to wrap my head around the idea of "compactification" though, as this is such an important tool in string theory. How can dimensions be reduced to "practically" nothing and still call it something theoretical???? The book was great though, until there was a "hiccup" at the end with his bragging about how he p [...]


    7. Absolutely beautiful popular science book, right up the alley of someone who really wants to understand physics but lacks even the minimal basics. Susskind writes an easy-to-follow prose, a thing to be appreciated given the scope and importance of his subjects. Found some great references to other authors/works that I'd like to follow up with.


    8. This is quite a remarkable book. In 380 pages physicist Leonard Susskind gives a concise but easily understandable overview of a wide range of topics in physics and cosmology. The topics include basic quantum theory, quantum electodynamics (the theory of light, electricity, and magnetism), quantum chromodynamics (the theory behind nuclear energy), and general relativity (the theory of gravity). But that's just to get started on the main topic.All of these topics are just the background for the b [...]


    9. The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design by Leonard Susskind"The Cosmic Landscape" is an informative, provocative theoretical physics book about how the world came to be the way it is. Dr. Leonard Susskind takes the layperson behind the scenes of an on-going debate among physicists and cosmologists; it's a battle between those who believe that the laws of nature are determined by mathematical relations, and those who believe that the Laws of Physics have been de [...]


    10. An interesting read, with some excellent explanations of physics. My quibble is how heavily the author leans on a flavor of the Anthropic Principle which seems to put the cart before the horse. In this Panglossian paradigm, the universe has been 'fine-tuned' for our benefit. It seems to me that reverses the logical cause and effect- since we have evolved in this universe, obviously the physical constants and laws must permit our existence. We are fine-tuned to our universe, not vice versa. The a [...]


    11. - A review of Feyman diagrams, propagators and vertex diagrams.- The fine structure constant (alpha = 1/137 or 0.007297351) is an important constant of nature. It represents the probability that an electron will emit a photon as it moves along its trajectory.- Feyman developed Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) which predicts the probability of any event based upon the propagators and the vertex diagrams, and upon coupling constants such as the fine structure constant.- Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) i [...]



    12. Mapping the Void: This book is endlessly fascinating, frequently frustrating and is, hands down, one of the most difficult books I've ever read. The only reason I was able to get through it at all was Leonard Susskind's ability to clearly communicate complex ideas to the layman reader. Nonetheless, "The Cosmic Landscape" was a real chore to read. String Theory has been around, in one form or another, since the 1960s and has evolved into the many different forms we see today. Like Quark Theory, Q [...]


    13. This book contains interesting theories of origin concerning the universe as a whole, as well as the various quantum particles the universe is understood to be comprised of. This book gives its theories free of the God-of-the-gaps explanation that: "God made it so", which I agree is completely sensible and expected in a real science book, since science deals with matters of the physical world and only its most necessary constituents, not matters of faith or philosophy.The book contains many prof [...]


    14. This book is about one of the most shocking ideas in modern physics. Susskind's argument goes a little something like this: There are certain measurable physical constants in the universe that we inhabit that can be quantified. These constants represent things like how strongly particles are attracted to one another or how far an electron is from the nucleus of an atom. Lately, some physicists have come to the conclusion that if even one of these numbers was even minutely different, then life an [...]


    15. THE COSMIC LANDSCAPE tells the intriguing story of the gradual acceptance by physicists of the implications of certain weird aspects of quantum mechanics, implications that entail an infinite multiverse or megaverse comprising endless populations of universes of every conceivable form and variety. Here, too, is the story of the battle between the proponents of Intelligent Design, who draw on quantum mechanics to try to show that our universe is uniquely fashioned for life and intelligence, and s [...]


    16. We've got 'The Rare Earth' and now we've got 'The Rare Universe.' This book details Leonard Susskind's theory that our universe one of 2-500X (2 to the 500th power) possible universes. He goes through some of the current theories on how 'pocket universes' form and exactly what would be possible in order for those universes to support life. 'The Cosmic Landscape' is his coined term for the multiverse, or the higher-dimensional space within which our universe was created and for the 'landscape' of [...]


    17. In this book noted physicist Leonard Susskind presents an emerging paradigm of cosmology based on modern string theory. This cosmology addresses the difficult question of why our universe appears to be so specially constructed. For instance, the "cosmological constant" of the universe appears to be the sum of two terms, which cancel to 120 decimal digits, yet fail to cancel in the 120th digit! What can be the explanation for such phenomena? Susskind then discusses developments in modern string t [...]


    18. Leonard Susskind is the co-discoverer of string theory, and has many other physics accomplishments to his credit. Unfortunately, being a good popular writer does not seem to be one of them. This book is somewhat rambling and repetitive; it does not explain string theory as understandably to the layman as Brian Greene, or the Anthropic Principle as well as Lee Smolin. There was very little new in this book that I hadn't read before. To be fair, though, the book was not intended simply as a popula [...]


    19. Mi era già capitato di leggere qualcosa sul paesaggio, sugli universi-bolla inflativi e sulla rivalutazione del principio antropico. Devo ammettere che resto piuttosto scettico a riguardo e, anche se Susskind ce la mette tutta per dimostrare la validità di queste teorie, rimane sempre il dubbio che sia solo il tentativo di salvare trent'anni di lavoro sulla teoria delle stringhe. La scoperta dell'esistenza di una piccola costante cosmologica positiva, ha messo seriamente in crisi gli stringhis [...]


    20. This is one of the better books that I have read about Quantum Mechanics. It combines theory, common sense with a touch of the historical developments in physics and cosmology. I have always thought that understanding the development of ideas was key to a better grasp of the facts and Susskind hits on this with all cylinders firing. He moves effortlessly from discussions of the standard model to virtual particles hopping into and out of existence, as well as those moving backward in time. From q [...]


    21. Both the fundamental constants of nature (the mass of an up or down quark divided by the mass of an electron, the fine structure constant etc.) and the initial conditions of the Universe at the time of the Big Bang seem very fine-tuned for our existence; if they had been even slightly different, organized matter would not exist. Susskind says that perhaps there are many universes, each with its own constants, but only those where the constants are close to ours have beings like ourselves. I don' [...]


    22. This book is a wonderful review of 20th and 21st century physics. Susskind does an amazing job of explaining things so that a layman such as myself can understand them, or at least get a better sense of what truly understanding them would mean. Although I know that I will forget many of the finer points in short order, I at least feel that I now have a better grasp of many of the major advances in physics from the last century.Susskind spends a great deal of time and energy in this book defendin [...]


    23. String theory has a multitude of solutions resulting in many possible universes each with its version of physics - the "cosmic landscape" is the solution space of all possible universes. Some are friendly to life and many others that do not. What is special about our universe? A potential answer relies on the anthropic principle that has gone out of fashion a few hundred years ago. Susskind and others incl Weinberg have embraced this - meaning our universe is one of many. From a layman's perspec [...]


    24. Wasn't great but wasn't bad. Everything in the book was put into good wording for breakdowns and it's obvious that he's not blowing smoke. There were 2 weak points. One is that the chapters tend to ramble and become incredibly dry. He usually brings up something simply to tell you that it's in another chapter. My main problem was that it never actually goes into the concept of string theory and intelligent design. I can see how a physicist would think he addressed the topic but it's really strin [...]


    25. Okay, it would be unfair of me to give this any sort of ranking due to the simple fact that I understood about five percent of it. W-bosons, quarks, photons, and all the other particles of the universe that I will never grasp are right up there with mathematics for me - completely over my head. That aside, the five percent I did understand was awesome. Like, for example, the idea that String Theorists are constantly looking for that one unique, elegant theorem that explains why we exist, what ar [...]


    26. Leonard Susskind uno de los padres de la teoría de las cuerdas y uno de los físicos más prominentes de la actualidad presenta su visión de la evolución del universo. Susskind hace un recuento de los pilares de la física moderna, la mecánica cuántica y la teoría de la relatividad general para luego tratar de explicar como la teoría de cuerdas busca reconciliar estos dos lados de la física.Desde los diagramas de Feynman, la QED que este demostró y la QCD de Gell-Mann así como la culmi [...]


    27. The illusion of intelligent design is hardly mentioned except for the author stating that it's the law of large numbers (of universes forming on the cosmic landscape) which is enough to account for our finely tuned universe supporting life. Yet Dr. Susskind has the good sense to reveal his fleekness by referring to God as "she". He asks the question, "If the universe is intelligently designed by a supernatural being, who designed the designer?" The answer is, based on the last 2500 years of theo [...]


    28. In describing the universe, Susskind really sums the book up best himself: "A Landscape of possibilities populated by a megaverse of actualities." And on the question of God: "I have no need of this hypothesis."Without a more technical knowledge of the mathematics involved, I feel like Susskind can only give us a mere glimpse at a far more astounding Landscape that theoretical physicists are be able to see.No one, at least to my satisfaction, can yet answer the question, "Why Something rather th [...]


    29. My favourite science book of all time. Definitely knocks Warped Passages out of the water when it comes to how well written it is and how well explained the topics are! I gotta say, Leonard Susskind is my idol and I hope to work in the string theory field of physics one day so I may be bias, but the way he explains the rolled up dimensions is phenomenal! No equations! Except one minor one somewhere but it was fairly simple. If you're curious about modern science and advanced physics but don't ha [...]


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