La Théorie des cordes

La Th orie des cordes Isol e sur un atoll de l oc an Indien la fine fleur de la physique mondiale oeuvre un ambitieux projet fond sur la th orie des cordes qui permettrait d ouvrir le temps S ils parviennent avec ravisse

  • Title: La Théorie des cordes
  • Author: José Carlos Somoza Marianne Millon
  • ISBN: 9782742778508
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Isol e sur un atoll de l oc an Indien, la fine fleur de la physique mondiale oeuvre un ambitieux projet fond sur la th orie des cordes, qui permettrait d ouvrir le temps S ils parviennent avec ravissement contempler le pass de l humanit , les scientifiques per oivent rapidement que ce programme, financ par de myst rieux fonds priv s, pourrait conna tre des applicatIsol e sur un atoll de l oc an Indien, la fine fleur de la physique mondiale oeuvre un ambitieux projet fond sur la th orie des cordes, qui permettrait d ouvrir le temps S ils parviennent avec ravissement contempler le pass de l humanit , les scientifiques per oivent rapidement que ce programme, financ par de myst rieux fonds priv s, pourrait conna tre des applications moins ang liques Un drame conduit la suspension imm diate des recherches, dispersant aux quatre vents les apprentis sorciers Dix ans plus tard, Elisa Robledo, brillante physicienne d une universit de Madrid, se sent en danger de mort Avec ses anciens acolytes, elle retourne aux origines de la trag die, sur cet lot o ils avaient profan le temps Intensit , profondeur, puissance narrative Jos Carlos Somoza porte les nigmes de la physique au coeur d un roman dont l efficacit fait fr mir.

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    • José Carlos Somoza Marianne Millon

      Jos Carlos Somoza is a Spanish author born in Havana, Cuba In 1960 his family moved to Spain after being exiled for political reasons He holds a Bachelor s Degree in psychiatry, but he gave up medicine in order to be a full time writer in 1994.

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    • Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος Vernus Portitor Arcanus Ταμετούρο Αμούν Arnum

      ΖΙΓΚ-ΖΑΓΚ Ποτέ δεν με ενδιέφεραν τα βιβλία που ασχολούνται με μαθηματικά και φυσική. Αυτό το βιβλιο όμως είναι ΕΞΑΙΡΕΤΙΚΟ. Ξεκινώντας με την θεωρητική φυσική και την καταραμένη ευλογία της θεωρίας των χορδών,έχουμε εκτός απο τις 4 γνωστές διαστάσεις, άλλες τόσες και παραπά [...]


    • Η Θεωρία των Χορδών είναι μια από τις νέες ανεπιβεβαίωτες θεωρίες της σύγχρονης φυσικής, η οποία έχει αναπτυχθεί τις τελευταίες δεκαετίες προκειμένου να συνδέσει τη Γενική Σχετικότητα και την Κβαντική Φυσική. Με απλά λόγια, στη φυσική πλέον συμβαίνει το εξής: Με τις δύο θε [...]


    • Jamás me imaginé que un libro que tiene como eje la teoría de cuerdas, mucha matemática y física cuántica pudiera llegar a engancharme tanto al punto de ponerme nervioso, sin poder soltarlo y que, además, me genere un terror increíble. Muy buena prosa, una trama con giros y revelaciones a cada paso y un final que me dejó con un lío en la cabeza. RECOMENDADISIMO.


    • As others have said, this book's concept of seeing into the past is so interesting that I just long for better treatment of it. For example, from the book:"Let's suppose we ask the satellites to capture a sequence of the Nile delta. They do it, send it to us, and a computer processes it and obtains a series of maps of the pyramids. After streaming the beam of electrons through our synchrotron, we recover the recently formed particles, and then another computer reconstructs them and captures the [...]


    • Este libro es la mezcla entre el comienzo de una porno, una película de terror y scifi y el resultado es tan desastroso como suena, porque al querer ser tantas cosas juntas, para mí, no termino siendo ninguna.El comienzo es largo y aburrido, en especial toda la etapa universitaria que se me hizo eterna, porque todo el tiempo te están prometiendo este gran y oscuro secreto del que Elisa está huyendo, pero llegas a la mitad del libro y todavía no estas donde lo “interesante” sucede. Y cua [...]


    • If you like Michael Crichton, you will like this book. I am learning quite a bit about String Theory so far. I'm having trouble putting it down too. The action moves quickly.Wow! What an exciting book. The ending surprised me and I love that. I hate it when I figure it out before I get there. The science was fascinating and understandable. I had to stop and think about it at times, but it was not "over-your-head" kind of theoreticl physics.


    • Πιο πολύ αρμόζει το 4,5/5. Το διάβασα μέσα σε δύο απογέυματα και με έβαλε στην διαδικασία να διαβάσω άμεσα και άλλα βιβλία του Jose Carlos Somoza. Είναι ένα βιβλίο επιστημονικής φαντασίας κατά βάση με πολλά horror στοιχεία τα οποία ενυφάινονται με εξαιρετικό τρόπο στη διάρκεια της εκτύλ [...]


    • Me fascinó desde la primera página. Combina perfectamente el género de terror con la ciencia ficción, sabiendo además generar muchísimo suspense. Probablemente lo que más me sorprendió es que el autor fuera español. De no ser así, estoy convencido de que la habrían adaptado en Hollywood. Sin duda una de las mejores novelas que he leído.


    • As I read Somoza’s Zigzag, I had the feeling that what I’m currently writing right now (and thinking about it) fell in the similar vein though treading a wholly different concept. Soon, the pages raced on, not until I scratched my head at the ending.Now, don’t get me wrong; it doesn’t mean that when my hands race at the pages in excitement I highly rate the book. Many books had done that to me, either the effect really out of excitement or only out of the sheer desperation to finish it. [...]



    • Πολυδιαβασμένο στην Ελλάδα μυθιστόρημα, που κυκλοφόρησε για πρώτη φορά στην χώρα μας το 2006 και από τότε έχει κάνει αρκετές επανεκδόσεις. Σκεπτόμενος τα είκοσι ευρώ που θα μου κόστιζε όμως, περίμενα μέχρι να το πετύχω κάπου φτηνά και έτυχε πέρυσι τον Ιούνιο να το βρω στο Μον [...]


    • BEWARE. I DON'T FLAG SPOILERS. BUT I DON'T PUT MY REVIEWS OUT ON ANY FEED, EITHER.Jacket description is accurate: this is a blend of science, sci-fi, horror and mystery.String theory of time is center stage - a team of physicists is trying to view the past by unraveling time strings. But their safety all unravels when one ambitious team member tries to unravel a RECENT time string, which is a no-no, as recent time is "unstable."A menace fr. the past starts stalking the team members. Their projec [...]


    • J’enchaîne les bonnes surprises depuis le début de l’année. Je découvre Somoza avec La théorie des cordes et j’en suis folle. Un mélange de thriller, d’horreur et de Hard science et nous y voilà, une merveille !L’action se situe dans un futur très proche et met en scène une équipe de physiciens et autres savants victimes de leur découverte. Je suis plus que friande du thème du temps et du passé, qui est ici traité d’une manière qui est pour moi tout à fait innovante. [...]


    • Bueno ya lo terminé, la verdad es que me lo lei casi de un tiron y me ha gustado bastante, pero es un libro con trampa, y me explico: Es obvio que la accion se desarrolla a partir de un evento de la mas pura ciencia ficcion (aunque muy creible y basada en teorias comprobables), pero la trama principal es de las mas puras Novelas de Horror, genero este que me gusta tanto como el CF (o mas quizas).Puedo decir que quienes no les gusten las novelas de horror quizas no disfruten mucho de este libro, [...]


    • A super fast-paced book with an interesting premise, but ruined by a lot of fetishism and an incessant focus on keeping the thrill up by holding out on revealing things just a little too long. Not that holding out on the reader is bad for a thriller, but I think I would have enjoyed it more if I didn't spend 90% of the book wondering what was happening because the only description was that it was horrifying.


    • This is one of the best SciFi books I've read in a very long time. The theory presented in the book is original, and very well thought out(at least to my pseudo-scientific brain). The character are fairly multi-dimensional, and there is actually a sexiness to the book. Which is to say the least rare in SciFi.


    • Overall a very compelling mystery and near-future science fiction turned to horror. The author only gradually reveals the full scope of this experiment that goes horribly wrong as the characters are revealed through flash backs that ultimately brings them to a reckoning. Hard to put down.



    • Un 3,5 en realidad. Este libro sólo se puede resumir como «física y terror». Qué miedito he pasado a ratos


    • Έχει μια καλή ιδέα, μια φανταστική ιδέα, και τι την κάνει; Τίποτα. Ένα θριλεροειδές, μετριότατο τίποτα. Στις 250 τελευταίες σελίδες έδωσα μάχη για να μην το αφήσω.Θανατικά, οι πρωταγωνιστές φοβούνται, εμείς βαριόμαστε, χιλιοειπωμένα πράγματα με αφετηρία, το ξαναλέω, μία φαντασ [...]


    • I picked up this book assuming it was some kind of Science Fiction-cum-mystery novel. It’s not exactly that. It does have a strong SF element, but it has equally strong elements of horror and suspense. Apparently the author does like his death and mayhem. He certainly provides plenty of it here!Even though Zig Zag was a very different book than I anticipated, I did enjoy reading it. The suspense/mystery kept me guessing right up until the final reveal. The villain wasn’t the person I felt it [...]


    • Greek review bellow the English one. This is an interesting book, I guess thriller, terror, science fiction genre (and I rarely read this genres!). It held my attention with its intriguing plot, many twists and turns, some decent physics and science thrown in and some ethical dilemmas, although I believe that some parts were not too convincing and the book could be about 20% shorter than it is.I bet this novel could be a good inspiration for a decent related movie.3 1/2 out of 5. "Η θεωρί [...]


    • Ooh this was a thriller. It starts in the middle of a crisis, goes back to tell you how the horrors came to be, then drives straight through to an Inception-y conclusion, unraveling secrets on the way. The whole premise is based on a lot of theoretical physics (which may or may not be accurate), and much of it went over my head. I'm good enough with science and willing to allow some temporary suspension of disbelief (good ol' TSOD, as my 8th grade English teacher used to say), so I was good. How [...]


    • I've always been interested in quantum physics and this was the perfect suggestion for me by one of my patrons, Rodanks so much, Rod!Yeah, there were parts so over my head it made me laugh but parts also cut deep into the heart of my mind. A great read, even if you don't understand the possible concept.


    • Lo empecé tras leer un comentario que decía que se trataba de uno de los libros que mayor miedo le había producido. Y efectiv, no da NADA de miedo, cero (0). Pero aún así, se trata de una novela de ciencia ficción más o menos apañada que empieza mejor de lo que acaba, pero que mantiene cierto interés a lo largo de sus 500 y pocas páginas.


    • A WASTE OF TIME. I read a 1/3, then zigged and zagged through the rest to the end. Time is too valuable to waste on this. Perhaps that is evident when the author summarizes the pathology of phySICists (pg.112). Think about it --the atom bomb.


    • Not a great book, but the central idea is so cool that I'm willing to bump it up to 3 stars.


    • I was reminded that authors are inconsistent. This book was in what I think of as the "Catholic horror" genre. The DaVinci Code is another. They keep you truning the pages allright, but.




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