Wondering about what books to read when it comes to nonfiction & especially when it’s about science? We got you covered! Just pick from our recommendation list for the best nonfiction books of all time in science & start reading.
The Best Nonfiction Books Of All Time (Science)
A Brief History of Time
Author: Stephen Hawking
This book needs no introduction. Dr. Stephen Hawking has done some wonders in the pages of this book. In a very simple but effective way, he explained everything from the Big bang where the universe got its start to the Black Holes that make us curious about the cosmos every single day. This is one of the best books available out there till this date & hopefully will stay unmatched forever in science.
Author: Carl Sagan
As the name suggests, “Cosmos” takes us at the doorsteps of the mysteries hiding in the universe. It’s just not about that though. It actually talks about a lot about the possibilities, theories like the death of Sun & much more. Loved by a huge number of people, Cosmos is still one of the most popular science books ever.
Author: Michio Kaku
Do you still think that we live in a world with three dimensions? Well, think again. Hyperspace talks about the theory of a ten-dimensional universe which has some real growing evidence. People who love science, are gonna surely love hyperspace as it has theories that can make us wonder & raise a lot of questions about the universe we live in & the existence of parallel universes.
Astrophysics For People In A Hurry
Author: Neil deGrasse Tyson
From the root of the galaxies to things like Dark Matter & Dark Energy, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson has explained the world of Astrophysics in such a short and simple way that it is a treat for every science nerd out there. It doesn’t try to dig way too deep but, it does cover all the areas where people tend to have a general curiosity.
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