One, two, three infinity: facts and speculations of scienceOver 120 delightful penandink illustrations by the author add another dimension of goodnatured charm to these wideranging explorations. A mindexpanding volume for the layman and the scienceminded. 
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Review: One, Two, Three...Infinity: Facts and Speculations of Science
User Review  Priyadarshini Sur  GoodreadsThough mathematics is not my cup of tea, I picked a book on mathematics' 'One two three.Infinity,'subtitled Facts and speculations of science by George Gamow .The book was originally written in 1947 ... Read full review
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User Review  Jimmy  Goodreadsrepeated mind=blown moments. need to reread when i have more mental energy Read full review
Contents
Big Numbers  3 
SPACE TIME 6 EINSTEIN  41 
Descending Staircase  115 
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