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Brief History of Timekeeping: The Science of Marking Time, from Stonehenge to Atomic Clocks (English Edition)
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  • ファイル名: Brief History of Timekeeping: The Science of Marking Time, from Stonehenge to Atomic Clocks (English Edition) PDF 電子書籍 フリー.
  • ISBN : 75956622
  • リリース日 : 18 4月 2020
  • ページ数 : 6 ページ
  • 著者 : Chad Orzel
  • 作成者情報 : Chad Orzel
  • エディター : 独立した出版社

 

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‘Each day in 2019, Chad Orzel informs us, is nearly two milliseconds longer than days were in 1870. And they feel even longer. This entertaining and engrossing book takes us through our long struggle to measure time with precision. Filled with amazing devices, it’s ultimately a story of the triumph of human ingenuity.’

— Sean Carroll, author of Something Deeply Hidden

‘A deliciously detailed journey through the astonishing ticks and tocks of timekeeping, from neolithic henges and Mayan number systems to cinnamon-filled sandglasses, tuning fork wristwatches, and even the northern lights. Equal parts mesmerizing and fascinating, Orzel’s beautifully clear explanations of physics illuminate subjects from planets to quantum engineering. By the end it is clear that time may never be on our side, but keeping track of it has opened up the universe for us.’

— Caleb Scharf, author of The Copernicus Complex

‘As Chad Orzel shows in his informative new book, while the pace of modern life seems to march briskly in step with the rhythms of various clocks, keeping accurate time has been a mainstay of history – a driving force for astronomical measurements, and eventually classical and relativistic physics. A Brief History of Timekeeping offers the quintessential account of all the factors that make up ways we record time – from the relatively slow progression of daily and lunar cycles to the near-instantaneous speed of atomic transitions. Orzel’s fascinating chronicle of how we measure the seconds, days, and years that set the stride of our life’s journey is well worth making the time to read – and that literary adventure will fly by, no doubt.’

— Paul Halpern, author of Flashes of Creation

‘Today’s best atomic clocks can track time with a precision of one part in a billion – but getting to this point, as Chad Orzel’s entertaining new book shows, has been an incredible adventure. It’s a history of technology, of course, but we also learn about the underlying science, from the ancient astronomers who first made sense of the motions of the sun, moon, and stars to those who unveiled relativity and quantum mechanics in the last century. If you like science, history, and fun in equal measure, A Brief History of Timekeeping is for you.’

— Dan Falk, science journalist, author and broadcaster

‘A fascinating intersection of science, history, and theology. I never expected to lose track of time reading a book about time.’

— James Breakwell, comedy writer, creator of @XplodingUnicorn on Twitter, and author of How to Be a Man (Whatever That Means)

‘Orzel gives us the grand tour of something we all take for granted. It’s about time.’

— Chris Ferrie, author of Where Did the Universe Come From? –このテキストは、kindle_edition版に関連付けられています。
著者について
Chad Orzel is a physicist, professor, and blogger, and the author of three previous books How to Teach Quantum Physics to Your Dog, How to Teach Relativity to Your Dog, and Eureka: Discovering Your Inner Scientist. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Union College in Schenectady, NY, where he has been on the faculty since 2001. Orzel has been blogging about physics and academia for Forbes and Scienceblogs.com since 2002. He is earned a BA in physics from Williams College and a PhD in chemical physics from the University of Maryland, College Park. At that time, he completed his thesis research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology with Bill Phillips (Nobel Laureate in 1997), and he was a post-doc at Yale before starting at Union, studying the quantum physics of ultra-cold atoms. –このテキストは、kindle_edition版に関連付けられています。

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