Questions tagged [deaths-end]

For questions about "Death's End", a sci-fi novel by Chinese writer Liu CiXin. The third novel of the "Remembrance of Earth's Past" trilogy. Always use in conjunction with [remembrance-of-earths-past].

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Why does 4D navigation work like this?

At one point in Cixin Liu's novel "Death's End", humans enter a bubble of four-dimensional space. The author explains that, as their equipment is only designed for three dimensions, they are always ...
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What is the “three and three hundred thousand syndrome”?

I am reading Death's End, the third book of the Remembrance of Earth's Past trilogy, and I have come upon this concept again, but I have since forgotten its meaning (I am reading things in a very ...
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What does “Death's End” refer to?

In the book "Death's End" there certainly are a LOT of endings to things (the story, the solar system, certain people's lives, etc.) but death isn't specifically one of them. So what is the title ...
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What are the light and short membranes in Death's End?

In Death's End, the waves being transmitted for communication are classified as medium, long, light and short. Picking up coordinates was the job of the main core, which swallowed all the messages ...
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How much is a “grain of time” in Death's End?

In Cixin Liu's novel Death's End, an alien creature that goes by the name Singer measures time in "grains of sand". How much is this unit in human time?
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What is the Charles Miser research that the end space from Death's End based on?

Toward the end of the last book of the Remembrance of Earth's Past series, Death's End, there is (spoiler): The cosmologist in that part recognizes the cubic space through the research of Charles ...