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User Review  - MarkBeronte - LibraryThing

Science writer and astronomer Rees summarizes the history of the universe, pointing out that six numbers related to basic physical constants (for example, the relative strengths of the gravitational ... Read full review

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User Review  - WilliamPascoe - LibraryThing

I can see how this book could be considered to contribute to the debate about intelligent design, but unless I missed something fundamental, it is a dispassionate exposition based upon rigorous ... Read full review

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User Review  - joeteo1 - LibraryThing

Despite the suggestions of other reviews, this book has nothing to do with theology or "intelligent design". The author, Martin Rees, is a cosmologist at Cambridge University and does not propagate ... Read full review

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User Review  - paulrach - LibraryThing

Excellent introduction to cosmology and astronomy. Very easy to read and understand, and has everything to make you want to explore the subject further. Read full review

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User Review  - NielsenGW - LibraryThing

Rees’ small volume on cosmology is good but not great. He details the origins and fine-tuned-ness of six physical constants: N (10^36 = strength of atomic electrical forces); E (0.007 = nuclear force ... Read full review

Just six numbers: the deep forces that shape the universe

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Science writer and astronomer Rees summarizes the history of the universe, pointing out that six numbers related to basic physical constants (for example, the relative strengths of the gravitational ... Read full review

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amazing facts about the fine tuning of the universe...

Review: Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape The Universe

User Review  - Simon - Goodreads

More dense and convoluted than I think a popular science book should be and also could have been better written, but it also provides insight into a clearly fascinating topic and so I cannot fault it ... Read full review


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