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  • Book Name: A Short History Of Nearly Everything
  • Authors:  Bill Bryson
  • Pages: 460
  • Publish Date: 4 February 2003
  • Language: English
  • Genre:   Non-fiction

 Summary:

"Protons give an atom its identity file, electrons, its personality."


A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. This is one book which I have taken the most amount of time to read ever because it's a lot of information packed into one book. But during the course of reading, 

I never felt bored at all because that's the way it is being narrated. And the information mostly is inclined towards science.

A lot about planets, the universe, astronomy, quantum physics, chemistry, geology, Homo sapiens, our existence, and a lot more. It's basically everything from a big bank to civilization. 

This book explores the scientific discoveries that happened over time, how the theories were made by scientists, physicists, or mathematicians, and the dedication that they put in their entire life, probably even to find a small discovery, be it big or small. 

And in fact, this book reminds us that what you think is small might not be actually small because there's so much beyond that which we do not know, and hence we think it's small, but it's actually large. 

Similarly, the other way around, what we think is humongous might be actually small. Like, for example, we think that the universe is humongous, but we don't know what is beyond that. 

There is so much more beyond the universe that we know. So probably it is like our universe. What we know is tiny when compared to the actual one that's there like that exists. So it's all relativity, right?

Be small or big what you compare it with. So that's clearly depicted in this book. This book makes you feel proud and lucky that you are part of this universe and Homo sapiens.  In fact, this book starts with making you feel proud that you could pick up this book. 

"Welcome and Congratulations. I'm delighted that you could make it, to begin with, for you to be here now trillions of drifting atoms, it's somehow to assemble in an intricate and curiously obliging manner to create you."

It really reminds you that you are lucky to be alive right now because there are a lot of particles in your body. The reason why you exist, about the evolution that happened again, the reason why you are alive right now. And so you would feel a lot more grateful that you are a part of the universe and that you exist right now. 

This book also explains reincarnation so logically that I loved it, how our atoms, how atoms in our body disassemble and move to other objects or other human beings because atoms go on forever. 

And each of us is atomically numerous and rigorously recycled at death that the atoms probably that you have might be of some from Shakespeare or any other historical figure you never know so that process the representation of reincarnation is so well beautifully explained in this book. 

Bryson also reminds you that 99 points 99% of the species that existed once do not live with us. Now this book in fact explains a lot of things that you might have probably by hearted while you 

Were in school just for the sake of passing because they were so boring in the textbook but this book is so interesting that it makes you fall in love with the subject signs. 

If you want to know more about your existence go ahead and pick this book up. I would definitely recommend you to read this book if you want to know the history of new everything as the book suggests.


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