The symbiotic universe: life and mind in the cosmos
Attempting to explain that human existence is utterly astonishing, Greenstein looks deep into the cosmos, examining the remarkable series of coincidences and unlikely circumstances our existence depends on. He suggests, by the theory of quantum mechanics, that human existence is the effect of a gigantic symbiosis. Photos, drawings, an index and glossary.
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The symbiotic universe: life and mind in the cosmosUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Greenstein expounds upon physicist Brandon Carter's "Anthropic Principle,'' which argues that "if some feature of the natural world is required for our existence, then it must indeed be the case.'' He ... Read full review
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I never quite remembered, from chemistry class, or if I ever learned, what makes water work as a solvent and this book kinda 'splains it in plain language. Also, Greenstein gives some interesting ... Read full review