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Quantum Aspects of Life

Derek Abbott, P. C. W. Davies, Arun K. Pati - Science - 2008 - 442 pages
Presents the question of whether quantum mechanics plays a non-trivial role in biology. This book sets out a distinct quantum biology agenda.
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The Search for Gravity Waves

P. C. W. Davies - Science - 1980 - 144 pages
The search for and possible discovery of gravity waves for the non specialist reader. No advanced knowledge of astronomy or mathematics is needed.
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Quantum Fields in Curved Space

N. D. Birrell, P. C. W. Davies - Science - 1984
This book presents a comprehensive review of the subject of gravitational effects in quantum field theory. Although the treatment is general, special emphasis is given to the ...
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Physical Origins of Time Asymmetry

J. J. Halliwell, J. Pérez-Mercader, W. H. Zurek - Science - 1996 - 536 pages
We say that the processes going on in the world about us are asymmetric in time or display an arrow of time. Yet this manifest fact of our experience is particularly difficult ...
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The Physical Basis of the Direction of Time

H. Dieter Zeh - Science - 2013 - 166 pages
This book arose from a series of lectures which I gave at the University of Heidelberg during the summer terms of 1979,1982 and 1986. They led in 1984 the publication in German ...
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The Physical Basis of The Direction of Time

Heinz Dieter Zeh - Science - 2001 - 231 pages
This book has been thoroughly revised to include important new results. At the same time it retains the features that make it a classic text on irreversibility, and one which ...
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Gravity, Gauge Theories and Quantum Cosmology

J.V. Narlikar, T. Padmanabhan - Science - 1986 - 468 pages
For several decades since its inception, Einstein's general theory of relativity stood somewhat aloof from the rest of physics. Paradoxically, the attributes which normally ...
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