Top Ten 21st Century Science Non-Fiction Writers
Personable, knowledgeable, entertaining, and has high level material.
Clear and concise discussions in books, blog posts and T.V. /debates.
Amazing science communicator, up there with deGrasse Tyson and the late Carl Sagan.
Brief history of time and his other books were totally brilliant. He puts the whole universe in each of his books. His books pulled me towards astrophysics!
Brief history of time, universe in a nutshell, essays explaining black holes, etc are some of his brilliant works. Truly what made me into physics.
If you read either his past or his modern work, you are certainly in for a treat. That's undeniable.
Some of his work was what made me determined to study physics. It's truly inspiring. - PositronWildhawk
One of the most underrated writers of today. He knows everything that's in physics, and makes the most complex matters as easy as counting. - PositronWildhawk
Great for astrophysicists and cosmologists anywhere. - PositronWildhawk
He is able to explain deep science issues, very very precisely, using simple and regular analogies from current life... As Einstein required... Until you would not be capable of explaining it to your grandmother, you can not claim to truly understand it (science)
Biology isn't my field of greatest interest, but you cannot help but admire this man's talent in explaining it all.
He writes with great prose and elegantly explains nuanced concepts.
Someone, do tell me, what came over me that made me leave MK out? - PositronWildhawk
How is it possible that this name did not came up first? He is definitely the best writer, reasons: truly deep and crystal clear argumentations.
The book Not Even Wrong along with a physics and math blog by that name