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For a thousand years, infinity has proven to be a difficult and illuminating challenge for mathematicians and theologians. It certainly is the strangest idea that humans have ever thought. Where did it come from and what is it telling us about our Universe?

Can there actually be infinities? Is matter infinitely divisible into ever-smaller pieces? But infinity is also the p For a thousand years, infinity has proven to be a difficult and illuminating challenge for mathematicians and theologians.

But infinity is also the place where things happen that don't.

All frind of strange paradoxes and fantasies characterize an infinite universe. If our Universe is infinite then an infinite number of exact copies of you are, at this very moment, reading an identical sentence on an identical planet somewhere else in the Universe.

Now Infinity is the darling of cutting edge research, the measuring stick used by physicists, cosmologists, and mathematicians to determine the accuracy of their theories.

The Infinite Book is a thoroughly entertaining and completely accessible account of the biggest subject of them all—infinity. Paperbackpages. Published September 12th by Vintage Books first published February 14th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Then, to top it off, I had my mind further blown by discussing infinite dimensions in Linear Algebra. Needless to say, Lookinng had infini As I started studying Calculus more and more it made me a lot more curious about the nature of infinity. Needless to say, I had infinity on my mind. However, I wanted a more informal book to read to pass the time.

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One of the great aspects of this book is that Barrow brings through a bit of the history of infinity. With that in mind you take a walk through the history of infinity and how it touches human curiosity.

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Looking for a friend di Barrow he makes Bxrrow to Zeno's Paradox. I'm actually getting sick of reading about this, it feels like just about every math book I read discusses Zeno. Don't get me wrong, it's definitely relevant. Anyway, some of the more interesting stuff comes when he gets to discussing Cantor's history.

I found this utterly fascinating and Cantor did some impressive work with infinity. Naturally Barrow ups the ante as the history gets to more modern day applications.

Cosmology being a major one, but he also brings us through some of the more "pop culture" elements if I rriend call them that. Such as strange movies that involve things like an infinite game, which are now movies I intend to track down and watch.

Some of this material may be beyond some readers, it was a little beyond me at times, but I wouldn't say it was so overwhelming I got totally lost in what was being discussed. If you're at all curious about the nature of infinity, then I highly recommend this book.

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I would Looking for a friend di Barrow rank this as a rather exhilarating read. Barrow approaches the subject in an excellent way and not in a way where I think non-mathematicians will feel put aback by the arcane discussions.

After reading this I am definitely interested in reading other books by Barrow and I would definitely recommend this to anyone interested. Sep 02, Mayank rated it liked it. Well, the good thing is, I managed to finish this book in a finite amount of time. At one point it looked unlikely.

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While some might argue that such an approach is logically inconsistent, I enjoyed the experience. There are certain parts of the book which diverge to speculative areas like time travel and immortality which I liked, but I can understand the grouse that a purist might have with this approach. While I give the book a three star rating, this is merely a reflection of my limitations in understanding some of the heavier technical concepts the author mentions.

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On the Looking for a friend di Barrow, reading this was an enjoyable experience, but occasionally difficult to comprehend. Lloking 24, Ayush Kumar rated it it was amazing. A fantastic book covering the endless scope of infinity. This is my first book of John D Barrow and I'm looking forward Barros reading his other books.

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Ako ne sve, onda sam vecinu toga razumila jer je bas citljivo napisano. Zadala mi je novih misli i bacila skroz drugaciji pogled na neke stvari sta je super! Barrow is at his best when rooting himself in mathematics and cosmology.

I was less enthused by the lengthy digressions on time travel and identity. A comprehensive explanation fro different paradoxes infinity brings us. It may be not a book for scientists, but it surely is for us amateurs of knowledge.

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There are si infinities, like the set of positive integers! And there are uncountable infinities, like the set of real numbers between any two points on the number line, no matter how small!