## One, two, three ... infinity: facts & speculations of science |

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User Review - P_S_Patrick - LibraryThingDespite being over fifty years old, written in a pre double-helix, pre string-theory age, this book still manages to be both relevant and inspiring, as well as humourous and easy to digest. Gamow ... Read full review

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User Review - Dallas508 - LibraryThingI first read this book in 1955 when I was a senior in highschool. Then it was stimulation but I was not able to comprehend much of it. At my latest reading, my understaning is better but some of it still elusive. Much is out dated but still a good scienc read. Read full review

### Contents

Natural and Artificial Numbers | 25 |

Unusual Properties of Space | 43 |

Coordinate systems | 44 |

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