Life, the Universe and Everything: Investigating God and the New Physics

Front Cover, 2006 - Science - 208 pages
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The science behind the debate raging in modern physics over the disconcerting and uncomfortable realization that just maybe there is, as astronomer Fred Hoyle put it, some sort of "superintellect that has monkeyed with the physics." Written with the non-scientist in mind, this exploration of Big Bang, Schroedinger's Cat, the Chaos of 9/11, the Complexity of the mimic octopus and the blister beetle, and the strong Anthropic Principle is accessible to anyone bright enough to be interested. Ultimately, tucked in here somewhere is a middle ground between evolution and creation that will leave nobody happy, but everyone intrigued.

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User Review  - MarthaJeanne - LibraryThing

Andy Fletcher is a teacher writing for teenagers. Personally I would leave out a lot of his cutsie language. But he does manage to get a lot of the science over fairly clearly. As far as the theology ... Read full review

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