Infinite in All Directions: Gifford Lectures Given at Aberdeen, Scotland, April-November 1985
Harper & Row, 1988 - Philosophy - 321 pages
In examining the diversity in science and life, the author explores our efforts to understand the nature of life and its place in the universe, as well as the problems introduced by our species into the existence of life on this planet.
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As infinity is, -1/12 is a rather odd notion I have come the conclusion that it is not space and time that is curved but numbers and mathematics. Space and time is actually straight when you take this ... Read full review
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This is a fairly good collection of essays on science, which focuses on past, contemporary (in 1985), and future advances in science, and their consequences. I enjoyed the first half of the book ... Read full review
PART ONE LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE
Two Butterflies and Superstrings
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