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The Order of Time, Carlo Rovelli


The theoretical physicist gives a poetic voice to the common human experience of moving through time. The book is divided into 3 parts: what modern physics has understood about time; what we have been left with.. a world stripped of its essence; and in a world without time, there must still be something that gives rise to the time that we are accustomed to with its past that is different from the future. It left me a better understanding how exactly that happens and made me look at time in a completely new light where the notion of ‘the present’ refers to things that are close to us, not to anything that is far away.

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