Hawkings book

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  1. Solero_58

    Solero_58 New Member

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    Ok, I know this isnt specifically science fiction related but could someone please tell me the name of the book(s) by Stephen Hawkings. I heard about his theory in relation to the expansion of the universe and time, and was enthralled. Has anyone else read this, or does anyone know anything of it? Info greatly appreciated.
     
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    Sorry I posted this twice.
     
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    I know of two books by Professor Hawking. One is 'Black Holes and Baby Universes, and other essays', and the other is 'A Brief History of Time'. The first one is a compilation of lectures, I believe. The second is a book oriented more towards the public.
    There are several other books that consist of lecture notes, I think. Offhand, I don't know what they are though.
     
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    I think "A Brief History of Time" was the one I am thinking of, although I'd probably grab anything else he has written if I saw it. Anyway, thanks for the help!