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Beginning with the solar system and reaching all the way to the dividing line between matter and non-matter, this popular-level account of our material universe explains with remarkable clarity a vast range of scientific understandings. It is an old book that was ahead of its time and should still be warmly welcomed by all readers who are curious about what exists beyond t Beginning with the solar system and reaching all the way to the dividing line between matter and non-matter, this popular-level account of our material universe explains with remarkable clarity a vast range of scientific understandings. It is an old book that was ahead of its time and should still be warmly welcomed by all readers who are curious about what exists beyond the stars.


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Beginning with the solar system and reaching all the way to the dividing line between matter and non-matter, this popular-level account of our material universe explains with remarkable clarity a vast range of scientific understandings. It is an old book that was ahead of its time and should still be warmly welcomed by all readers who are curious about what exists beyond t Beginning with the solar system and reaching all the way to the dividing line between matter and non-matter, this popular-level account of our material universe explains with remarkable clarity a vast range of scientific understandings. It is an old book that was ahead of its time and should still be warmly welcomed by all readers who are curious about what exists beyond the stars.

52 review for Music of the Spheres: The Material Universe From Atom to Quaser, Simply Explained (Volume II: The Microcosm: Matter, Atoms, Waves, Radiation, Relativity)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    this book is interesting... Definitely not from a Christian perspective... but it explores the idea (which I think is fascinating) that music is very much a part of everything. Music is simply vibrations at different frequencies that our ears translate into sounds... Well, I won't try to explain it all. I'll just say it's a very intriguing idea that you should look into to. Don't bother to buy the book unless you happen to find it for 50 cents (like I did). Just google the subject. this book is interesting... Definitely not from a Christian perspective... but it explores the idea (which I think is fascinating) that music is very much a part of everything. Music is simply vibrations at different frequencies that our ears translate into sounds... Well, I won't try to explain it all. I'll just say it's a very intriguing idea that you should look into to. Don't bother to buy the book unless you happen to find it for 50 cents (like I did). Just google the subject.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Garrick

    Really weird book. Not sure if I believe or understand it but everything suddenly can seem musical. Even a loaf of bread (moving from sliced back to unsliced).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Mayberry

    The information is a little out of date being as the book was written 60 years ago as of this writing, however much of the scientific theory is still relevant even with the scientific discoveries of today. Because the book is so antiquated , I feel as though there are some great ideas within that slip by unnoticed to unscrupulous aspiring scientists of today. It is actually a fairly inclusive modern take on the Music of the Spheres of the classical period however it has a tendency to included so The information is a little out of date being as the book was written 60 years ago as of this writing, however much of the scientific theory is still relevant even with the scientific discoveries of today. Because the book is so antiquated , I feel as though there are some great ideas within that slip by unnoticed to unscrupulous aspiring scientists of today. It is actually a fairly inclusive modern take on the Music of the Spheres of the classical period however it has a tendency to included some radical metaphysical ideas without scientific basis, either for better or for worse. I would advise against using it as a text book and that it should be used primarily for inspiration for most readers.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brian Sollors

    So much fun to read!! The first volume was definitely easier to digest than volume II. Vol II went a bit over my head. Murchie does a great job trying to make the concepts and theories in Vol II easier to understand for people like me who haven't a clue when it comes to physics and chemistry. Highly recommend if you find science at all interesting and fun! So much fun to read!! The first volume was definitely easier to digest than volume II. Vol II went a bit over my head. Murchie does a great job trying to make the concepts and theories in Vol II easier to understand for people like me who haven't a clue when it comes to physics and chemistry. Highly recommend if you find science at all interesting and fun!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Victor Davis

    The most lucid science text ever written. Throw away all your child's textbooks and give him/her this to read. It will change apathy to wonder like lead to gold. Edit: There is some confusion over the editions of this book. I thought it was far more widely known and well regarded than it is. My review of the hardback first edition can be found here and the 40+ Amazon reviews of the hardback first edition can be found here. The most lucid science text ever written. Throw away all your child's textbooks and give him/her this to read. It will change apathy to wonder like lead to gold. Edit: There is some confusion over the editions of this book. I thought it was far more widely known and well regarded than it is. My review of the hardback first edition can be found here and the 40+ Amazon reviews of the hardback first edition can be found here.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Greliche

    Great book!!!

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