Introducing Stephen Hawking: A Graphic Guide

J.P. McEvoy & Oscar Zarate

Introducing Graphic Guides  

Stephen Hawking is the world-famous physicist with a cameo in The Simpsons on his CV, but outside his academic field his work is little understood. To the public he is a tragic figure – a brilliant scientist and author of the 9-million-copy-selling A Brief History of Time, and yet confined to a wheelchair and almost completely paralysed.

Hawking’s major contribution to science has been to integrate the two great theories of 20th-century physics – einstein’s General theory of Relativity and quantum mechanics. J.p. Mcevoy and oscar Zarate’s brilliant graphic guide explores Hawking’s life, the evolution of his work, and his breathtaking discoveries about where these fundamental laws break down or overlap, such as on the edge of a black hole or at the origin of the universe itself.

Subjects: Physics, Science

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Stephen Hawking is the world-famous physicist with a cameo in The Simpsons on his CV, but outside his academic field his work is little understood. To the public he is a tragic figure – a brilliant scientist and author of the 9-million-copy-selling A Brief History of Time, and yet confined to a wheelchair and almost completely paralysed.

Hawking’s major contribution to science has been to integrate the two great theories of 20th-century physics – einstein’s General theory of Relativity and quantum mechanics. J.p. Mcevoy and oscar Zarate’s brilliant graphic guide explores Hawking’s life, the evolution of his work, and his breathtaking discoveries about where these fundamental laws break down or overlap, such as on the edge of a black hole or at the origin of the universe itself.

  • Author: J.P. McEvoy & Oscar Zarate
  • Editor: n/a
  • Publisher: Icon Books
  • ISBN: 978-184831-094-0

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