Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces that Shape the Universe
Popular cosmologist Martin Rees of Cambridge University traces the essential features of the physical cosmos to six numbers imprinted in the Big Bang, and argues that if a single one were untuned, there would be no stars and no life.
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Review: Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the UniverseUser Review - Riku Sayuj - Goodreads
Cosmology 101 [Strictly for Cosmology amateurs] Syllabus as follows: - Read Rees' book thoroughly. - Write an essay in appreciation that elucidates the crucial importance of physical constants ... Read full review
Review: Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the UniverseUser Review - John Quintilian - Goodreads
"Our earth's atmosphere is rich in oxygen; it didn't start out that way, but was transformed by primitive bacteria in its early history." (17) "For a billion years, primitive organisms exhaled oxygen ... Read full review
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