Scurtă istorie a vieții mele

Scurtă istorie a vieții mele

Stephen Hawking Liliana Donose Samuelsson / Feb 27, 2020

Scurt istorie a vie ii mele n recenta sa scriere memorialistic al c rei titlu trimite evident la Scurt istorie a timpului steaua cea mai str lucitoare a unei ntregi serii de c r i despre misterele universului Stephen Hawking

  • Title: Scurtă istorie a vieții mele
  • Author: Stephen Hawking Liliana Donose Samuelsson
  • ISBN: 9789735048303
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • n recenta sa scriere memorialistic al c rei titlu trimite, evident, la Scurt istorie a timpului, steaua cea mai str lucitoare a unei ntregi serii de c r i despre misterele universului, Stephen Hawking se prive te pentru prima oar pe sine, trec ndu i n revist via a i opera de fizician teoretician.Bogat ilustrat cu fotografii pu in cunoscute, aceast autobiografie n recenta sa scriere memorialistic al c rei titlu trimite, evident, la Scurt istorie a timpului, steaua cea mai str lucitoare a unei ntregi serii de c r i despre misterele universului, Stephen Hawking se prive te pentru prima oar pe sine, trec ndu i n revist via a i opera de fizician teoretician.Bogat ilustrat cu fotografii pu in cunoscute, aceast autobiografie concis i sincer are accente de umor fin i de n elepciune Autorul n a ocolit detaliile gravei maladii care, de i l a transformat ntr un invalid, nu l a mpiedicat s g ndeasc i s creeze Un capitol e dedicat ndelungatei geneze a Scurtei istorii a timpului n alte capitole, Hawking i prezint cu modestie, n fraze simple, esen ializate, remarcabilele contribu ii n cosmologie ceea ce face ca Scurt istorie a vie ii mele s se adauge, de fapt, amintitei serii de c r i despre univers Pentru colegii mei sunt un fizician ca oricare altul, dar pentru publicul larg am devenit, probabil, cel mai cunoscut om de tiin din lume Am avut o via plin i satisf c toare Am convingerea c invalizii trebuie s se concentreze asupra lucrurilor pe care handicapul nu i mpiedic s le realizeze i s nu regrete ceea ce nu pot realiza n ceea ce m prive te, am reu it s fac aproape tot ce am vrut Stephen W HAWKING

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        Stephen William Hawking was born on 8 January 1942 in Oxford, England His parents house was in north London, but during the second world war Oxford was considered a safer place to have babies When he was eight, his family moved to St Albans, a town about 20 miles north of London At eleven Stephen went to St Albans School, and then on to University College, Oxford, his father s old college Stephen wanted to do Mathematics, although his father would have preferred medicine Mathematics was not available at University College, so he did Physics instead After three years and not very much work he was awarded a first class honours degree in Natural Science.Stephen then went on to Cambridge to do research in Cosmology, there being no one working in that area in Oxford at the time His supervisor was Denis Sciama, although he had hoped to get Fred Hoyle who was working in Cambridge After gaining his Ph.D he became first a Research Fellow, and later on a Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College After leaving the Institute of Astronomy in 1973 Stephen came to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and since 1979 has held the post of Lucasian Professor of Mathematics The chair was founded in 1663 with money left in the will of the Reverend Henry Lucas, who had been the Member of Parliament for the University It was first held by Isaac Barrow, and then in 1669 by Isaac Newton.Stephen Hawking has worked on the basic laws which govern the universe With Roger Penrose he showed that Einstein s General Theory of Relativity implied space and time would have a beginning in the Big Bang and an end in black holes These results indicated it was necessary to unify General Relativity with Quantum Theory, the other great Scientific development of the first half of the 20th Century One consequence of such a unification that he discovered was that black holes should not be completely black, but should emit radiation and eventually evaporate and disappear Another conjecture is that the universe has no edge or boundary in imaginary time This would imply that the way the universe began was completely determined by the laws of science.His many publications include The Large Scale Structure of Spacetime with G.F.R Ellis, General Relativity An Einstein Centenary Survey, with W Israel, and 300 Years of Gravity, with W Israel Stephen Hawking has three popular books published his best seller A Brief History of Time, Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays and most recently in 2001, The Universe in a Nutshell There are.pdf and versions of his full publication list.Professor Hawking has twelve honorary degrees, was awarded the CBE in 1982, and was made a Companion of Honour in 1989 He is the recipient of many awards, medals and prizes and is a Fellow of The Royal Society and a Member of the US National Academy of Sciences.Stephen Hawking continues to combine family life he has three children and one grandchild , and his research into theoretical physics together with an extensive programme of travel and public lectures.


    1. Thanks to Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group for a review copy in exchange for an honest review.Cross-posted on my blog, The Periodic Table of Elephants.I have never read any Hawking before *gasp*, so what a place to start, on his autobiography. Titled 'My Brief History' is really is brief and to the point.The style of this autobiography is terse, to the point, and mainly about his academic achievements. His children and wives get a brief mention, which is reassuring, with the only othe [...]

    2. I feel like a terrible person giving this book two stars I'm sure Mr. Hawking has far more important things to do, think about, and write about than himself and it shows in the book. One wonders why he bothered or why he didn't hire a biographer to write a more concise story instead of making it a slim-volume autobiography. I'm sure, given the speed at which he works, this was still an impressive achievement, but as far as an informative biography of a fascinating person, it fails to achieve dep [...]

    3. A very brief history. Stephen Hawking's autobiography is 126 pages long, and would have probably been less than a hundred without the many photographs included. However, considering that Hawking's maximum typing speed is 3-4 words per minute, we should be grateful he decided to spend the time to write this book.The first half of My Brief History briefly goes into Hawking's early years (he was born exactly three hundred years after Galileo's death), family, education, career, first marriage, and [...]

    4. This makes sense to me. Not the physics, that will never make sense to me. The physics are leagues beyond my comprehension. But, the heavy leaning on physics instead of personal detail does fit perfectly for what I know of Mr. Hawking. Which is not much more than what I knew before going into this book. Ask a man who dedicated his life to finding the secrets of the universe and the meaning behind our existence to write a story of his life, what do you really expect to get? I was happy for the sm [...]

    5. Very very good. Stephen Hawking's mind an way of writing a book is just genial. And after all he's been through, he still published this. All my respect

    6. This is a very straightforward, short recount of Stephen Hawking's life told by himself. It is beyond inspiring and it left me in complete awe for this man but it was not full of sentimental heartfelt chapters describing his endless struggles in life and his battle against his disability. On the contrary, this was mostly facts, facts, facts with the occasional pondering here and there. It was not at all difficult to read and only had scientific-talk when he described his accomplishments and the [...]

    7. Stephen Hawking, one of the most famous physicists and researchers in cosmology in the world, tells the story of his life in this book. Did you know that he is self learned when it comes to maths? Or that he wasn't happy when his little sister was born? This book includes information that shows the man behind the success.What made him interested in science and so successful? As a young boy, he was fascinated by systems and wanted to control them. He used to take apart items to see how they worke [...]

    8. I'm giving this a neutral 3-star rating. From the description of the book, I thought this would be a biographical telling of Stephen Hawking. Perhaps I misunderstood, but his biography probably makes up less than 50% of the entire book, which is quite brief.It starts out well enough, beginning with his Great-Grandfather, and working up to his own birth during WWII. Then the accelerator is floored, as he zooms through childhood and into his college and post-doc years. From there, it's physics, ph [...]

    9. Τι μπορεί να πει κανείς για τον Στίβεν Χόκινγκ; Ένα από τα πιο δυνατά μυαλά που έβγαλε η ανθρωπότητα, με την μοίρα όμως να του παίζει άσχημο παιχνίδι και να τον καθηλώνει σε ηλεκτρικό αναπηρικό καρότσι για πολλές δεκαετίες - μεταξύ άλλων προβλημάτων υγείας. Όμως ο ίδιος ο Χόκ [...]

    10. I have always been intrigued and fascinated by Stephen Hawking but knew very little about him, his work and his life. After seeing the movie, "The Theory of Everything" based on the book by his first wife Jane, I became even more interested and wanted to learn more. My Brief History is truly that. A very short, quick insight into the man and the scientist; touching briefly on his personal life and two marriages. It is a very small window we are given to look into this great man's life. There is [...]

    11. [عنوان: تاریخچه‌ی خودمنویسنده: استیون هاوکینگمترجم: رامین رامبدمشخصات نشر: تهران، مازیار، چاپ اول ۱۳۹۲، ۱۵۰ ص.]من همیشه یک علاقه‌مند به علم بوده و هستم. خیلی وقت بود که تصمیم گرفتم بغیر از خوندن مجلات علمی و دیدن مستندات علمی، از لذت خوندن کتاب‌های علمی هم (بالاخص کیهان شناسی [...]

    12. For me it was a nice read. But I would have liked more personal topics, less explanations of physical theories because Mr. Hawking seems to be an interesting and extraordinary human beeing even without his achievements in science, but this book did not deliver this.

    13. სტივენ ჰოკინგს მართლაც საინტერესო ბიოგრაფია აქვს. მიუხედავად იმ სირთულეებისა, რაც მას ცხოვრებაში შეხვდა, დღეს ჰოკინგი მეცნიერების დამსახურებული როკსტარია. საინტერესოა მისი თეორია წარმ [...]

    14. هذا الكتاب قصير ولطيف يستعرض فيه العالم الشهير ستيفن هوكنج مسيرة حياته مع تركيز خاص على الجانب العلمي فيها حيث يطلعنا على جوانب قد تكون غائبة عن كثير منا. الفلم الذي تم عمله عن شخصية هذا العالم بعنوان نظرية كل شيء يعطي صورة أفضل عن الجانب العاطفي من حياته ولكنه يقصّر في الجان [...]

    15. This is an autobiography of the famous physicist Stephen Hawking. He is one person who has probably inspired me the most in my life. His book “A brief history of time” made me fall in love with physics more than a decade back. So happy that I read this book finally about him and his research.He talks about his childhood, his parents and siblings in the first few chapters. One interesting fact is that I could relate to his father a lot. His father sounded so much like my own father sometimes. [...]

    16. For me one of the most appealing aspects of this book is its brevity. And that is not intended as any sort of dig at Hawking. Really, I want to learn a bit about him, but I don't want the messy details of anyone else's romantic life (and they are all messy). This is a bit about his parents, his childhood, his education (college was important to him), his marriages. his kids, his career, a bit about working around his disability. I don't feel like I know him, but I feel I've gotten a pretty good [...]

    17. Just as it says on the label, here's Hawking's short autobiography. It starts off like a conventional autobiography -- parents, childhood, schooling, university -- but then focuses as much on his work as it does on the events of his life. Bearing in mind that, for a theoretical scientist, life is defined to a great extent by the work, this seems an ideal balance to me.If you want to spend an hour or two being introduced to what makes Hawking tick, this is the ideal book. I'm now quite tempted to [...]

    18. More of a technical autobiography. If you are expecting, details and anecdotes about Hawking's Motor Neuron disease and how he coped up with it, you would be disappointed. Hawking is plain, simple and not-at-all modest while penning down his towards being one of the most acclaimed scientist of recent times. A must read if you are his fan and are familiar with concepts of theorerical physics and cosmology. Else, avoid.

    19. It is not what one expects from a biography. Very little information about the man's personal life, his beliefs , his friends , his enemies, his relationships with children, relatives, students, the world! And too much science! But he already wrote about it in other books! So better watch the movie!

    20. El libro ha sido escrito por el afamado científico Stephen Hawking, quien aparte de ser uno de los físicos más conocidos, es también la persona más famosa en padecer de Esclerosis Lateral Amiotrófica (ELA) dolencia neurodegenerativa que inutiliza los músculos voluntarios del cuerpo y que, al día de hoy, carece de cura. La vida del señor Hawking en sí es interesante, e impresionante la manera en que este señor ha superado la tremenda discapacidad que padece (siquiera puede hablar, se c [...]

    21. Just like the title of the book, My Brief History, suggests, this is a finish-in-one-sitting memoir by one of the most well-known physicists of all time Stephen Hawking.He started from his post-World-War-II boyhood to his current state. Unlike other memoir you might have read before, this book does not dive deeply into the emotion and detailed private life of the author. Hawking focused more on his academic career with bits of information about his marriage life and his health.Although he is kno [...]

    22. პირადად ჩემთვის აღმოჩენა იყო ამ კაცის იუმორი, რომელიც წიგნს კიდევ უფრო სასიამოვნოდ წასაკითხს ხდის, მომხიბლა შედარებით გასაგები ენით დაწერილმა საინტერესო ისტორიებმა. მთლიანობაში მომეწო [...]

    23. Memang benar-benar brief dan lucu. Sangat manusiawi terutama saat dia bilang "pertama kali bekerja keras" dan dia sering kalah taruhan sama temannya. Walaupun di bagian penjelasan fisika dan astonomi aku masih susah untuk memahami. Blame myself. kebanyakan baca novel. TT

    24. How does one review someone's life? It's probably one of the harder things to do, especially with such an icon as Stephen Hawking. I'll admit that I'm one of those people who has a copy of A Brief History of Time, but I haven't read it yet (I'm going to, I swear!).My Brief History by Dr. Stephen Hawking is his personal memoir. For those who don't know who Stephen Hawking is, he is a theoretical physicist, cosmologist and the Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the Uni [...]

    25. Some lives of scientists are incredibly interesting. Newton’s personal life is the source of endless debate and fascination, and there are whole cults devoted to the life of Richard Feynman. (Even Hawking recounts some amusing anecdotes told by Feynman.) So I had high expectations for hearing about the life of Stephen Hawking. This memoir, however, struck me as uneven in quality. Some of it had too much detail given to the most quotidian events. For example, Hawking names every friend he ever [...]

    26. Stephen Hawking: the man and the human being. It is extremely difficult to see Stephen Hawking as a person with love, fear and loneliness as things he possibly suffers through. In his autobiography we learn about Stephen’s life leading up to his grand successes and beyond. As a child he loved trains, was curious how machines worked, and was not skilled with his hands when rebuilding the machines he dissected. Professor Hawking is revered for his “genius” in the theoretical physics realm an [...]

    27. Uma autobiografia curta e simples escrita pelo próprio Stephen Hawking. Ele não é um escritor de carreira - faz mais divulgação científica - e tem suas dificuldades motoras, de forma que o livro não é nem muito elaborado e nem muito longo, mas foi muito satisfatório e inspirador.Ele conta basicamente da vida desde a infância aos dias de hoje, dando ênfase especial para as teorias que desenvolveu. A importância que elas têm, aliás, mostram como ele valoriza a pesquisa e a ciência: [...]

    28. Stephen Hawking: A Brilliant and Playful MindLike most people, I view Stephen Hawking as a great scientists and as a determined individual who overcame a debilitating disease, ALS. In this book, he reveals himself as a witty and warm human being. Hawking's parents were considered rather eccentric. They kept to themselves, but they cared about their children and devoted time to their development. I found Hawking's memories of his childhood illuminating. His fascination with machines and how they [...]

    29. My Brief History is written with care and objectivity (as much as you can get from an autobiography), yet Hawking's personality still manages to impose itself through the quality of the words. It is this personality that makes this book such as wonderful read. The reader gets a peak into Hawking's past, his family history, and his educational and scientific career. And for those nosy readers (and I am one of them, for it is only natural to be nosy in this case) he talks about his disease, its do [...]

    30. Az élettörténet, a humor tetszett, a fizikája azonban még ennek is nagyon magas számomra. Emiatt megkérdőjelezem, hogy érdemes-e egyáltalán belevágni Az idő rövid történetébe? Cauchy-horizont, kozmikus húrok huhh. Hawking mindenesetre az egyik legnagyobb élő elme, és csodával határos, hogy egyáltalán köztünk van.

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