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The Cambridge Lectures

The Famed Series of Lectures on the Theory of Everything: 30th Anniversary Edition
Narrated by: Stephen Hawking
Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
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Stephen W. Hawking's Cambridge lectures, exploring the most complex theories of physics, both past and present, remain the most important scientific theories known of time, space, and the nature of the cosmos. This 30th Anniversary remastered edition of The Cambridge Lectures offers listeners a unique opportunity to hear the full series of seven famed lectures exactly as Professor Hawking presented them during his tenure as Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University.

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  • Munday Luna 13
  • 25-10-17

The Best Stephen Hawking lecture ever !

The best ever of all his audio books. This one was recorded using his computerized voice synthesizer so it is the closest to hearing his own mind! I'm glad I made the choice in including this on my audio book list. The original can only be found on cassette forms.

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  • 06-12-17

Stephen Hawkins's Ideas and Words are great but..

Would you consider the audio edition of The Cambridge Lectures to be better than the print version?

I would say not. 3 hours of his synthesized voice is difficult to get through.

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