Ubiquity: The Physics Of Complex Systems

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Universities Press (India) Pvt. Limited - 240 pages
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Scientists have recently discovered a new law of nature. Its footprints are virtually everywhere. Wherever we look, the world appears to be modeled on a simple templat; like a steep pile of sand, it is poised on the brink of upheaval, with avalanches- in events, ideas or whatever-following a single universal pattern of change.

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UBIQUITY: The Science of History . . . or Why the World Is Simpler Than We Think

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Buchanan, a writer for Nature and a theoretical physicist, summarizes the law of universality, a sweeping concept that is very much a work in progress.The frequency of observable physical phenomena ... Read full review

Ubiquity: the science of history - or why the world is simpler than we think

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An editor and writer for Nature and New Scientist who holds a Ph.D. in physics, Buchanan presents a clear and focused discussion of current subjects in theoretical physics, such as critical state ... Read full review

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