Big Numbers: A Mind Expanding Trip to Infinity and Back

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I Books, Dec 28, 2004 - Education - 192 pages
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A fascinating odyssey through the complex world of mathematics, physics, and other scientific fields provides a look at the comparative scale of phenomena, from the infinitely vast to the infinitesmally small, covering such topics as fractals, codes, subatomic particles, galaxies, nanotechnology, and more. Original.

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John Gribbin, visiting fellow in astronomy at the University of Sussex. He is married to Mary Grivvin, also a science writer.

Mary Gribbin is a science writer.

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