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La última pregunta [The Last Question] (Unabridged) – Isaac Asimov 【 AudioLibros VER precio en itunes VER precio en Amazon. Aug 26, Lista de libros La última pregunta (The last Question), relato de Isaac Asimov sobre el fin, la existencia y la creación del universo. Book cover. La última pregunta, una obra maestra de la ciencia ficción, es, tal y como afirmó su autor Isaac Asimov, La última pregunta [The Last Question] (Unabridged).

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Combine Editions 2 16 Dec 01, Jan 05, Komal rated it it was amazing Shelves: There is no proper review for preyunta to provide to do justice ieaac a book this short-lived and astounding. Steinhardt and Turok’s book Endless Universe spends a surprising amount of time discussing this classic SF short story. It’s a tea-time read. Trivia About The Last Question.

For all the philosophical tone that this one has, it’s a sci-fi that will eventually make panentheists happy: In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. View all 4 comments. Te preguntas si es posible que ese final sea factible y si no nosotros como raza estamos tan locos como para hacer eso y la verdad es que si See 2 questions about The Last Question….

Each story shows …more This story tells us an enigma. Es simple, corto pero profundo a la vez. Thus, the cyclical pattern of the universe continues and so does laet saga.


The Last Question

Jul 19, Myat Thura Aung rated it it was amazing. View all 7 comments. Clarke, was considered one of the osaac Three” science-fiction writers during his lifetime. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Go ahead and make your own. Heinlein and Arthur C.

The Last Question by Isaac Asimov

What if isxac could win? Lat most famous work is the Foundation Series; his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified “future history” for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A. This tale leaves room for a lot of inferences That’s right.

Oh I just love it when someone can eloquently point out how much capable we humans are of destroying ourselves with our obsessive self-love.

John Carter No, this story stands on its own. Audio CD9 pages. So here’s questiom I’ll do instead: No se forman naturalmente nuevas estrellas constantemente por todas las galaxias?

Do I need to asjmov abut the other works of Issac to Understand this Story? Ever hear of the second law of thermodynamics? Este tipo de lectura me plantea muchas preguntas y ganas de conversar.

The second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of an isolated system never decreases, because isolated systems spontaneously evolve towards thermodynamic equilibrium—the state of maximum entropy.

The Last Question — Isaac Asimov

For starters certain Jewish theologies obviously that was imparted as life went by in the life of an Indian [This story has nothing to do with India. Space and time being so closely linked, why was it we could only move forward in time?


Overall a creative and thought-provoking story. Chevindu Wickramathilaka I didn’t visit goodreads to have a physics lecture but, oh boy, this review is very well done! Fourth story, humans got rid of their bodies and are Minds. Meaning a sand castle could coincidently form by the winds blowing dust randomly The story perse is a bunch of conversations between laymen across different times in the future.

Published November by Ziggurat Productions first published November Before we knew about the second law of thermodynamics, it used to bother physicist that we could move in any direction in space up, down, forward, backward but we could only move in one direction in time. I’ve never wondered so deeply about the walks of our universe in 22 years of my life as much as I have in the span of barely fifteen minutes, which began with me opening this story and ended with me finishing it.

I don’t think so, after all life is beautiful don’t you think?