Masters of Time: Cosmology at the End of Innocence

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1993 - Science - 266 pages
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Masters of Time chronicles the sudden unraveling of modern cosmology from its heyday in the early 1980s, when the ultimate secret of the origin of the universe seemed all but in hand, to the confused scientific picture of the 1990s. By following each major theory from its origins to the point at which it is overtaken by contradictory or nonexistent evidence, Boslough offers the clearest explanation ever offered of what we know and still do not know about the origin and structure of the universe.

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Boslough, a National Geographic writer, presents here a popular account of the current confusion in cosmological theory. Just a few years ago, scientists appeared to have achieved a stunning synthesis ... Read full review

Contents

Through a Telescope Darkly
1
Crisis in the Cosmos
3
The Movable Sky
9
Copyright

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Boslough is a freelance writer

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