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Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe

od Rees, M. J. z vydavateľstva TBS dot 2001

Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe

od Rees, M. J. z vydavateľstva TBS dot 2001

Autor: Rees, M. J.
Vydavateľstvo: TBS
Rok vydania: 2001
EAN: 9780465036738
Počet strán: 208
Typ tovaru: Brožovaná väzba
Dostupnosť: Vypredané
Bežná cena 18,50 €
Zľava: 11%
Naša cena 16,47 €

Viac o knihe Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces That Shape the Universe (Rees, M. J.)

Just six numbers govern the shape, size and texture of our universe. If their values were only fractionally different, we would not exist nor, in many cases, would matter have had a chance to form. If the numbers that govern our universe were elegant--1, say, or Pi or the Golden Mean--we would simply shrug and say that the universe was an elegant mathematical puzzle. But the numbers Martin Rees discusses are far from tidy. Was the universe tweaked or is it one of many universes, all run by slightly different, but equally messy, rules? This is familiar ground, though rarely so comprehensively explored. What makes Rees´s book exceptional is his conviction that cosmology is as materialistic and as conceptually simple as any of the earth sciences. Indeed, cosmology is simpler in one important respect: once the starting point is specified, the outcome is in broad terms predictable. All large patches of the universe that start off the same way end up statistically similar. In contrast, if the Earth´s history were re-run, it could end up with a quite different biosphere. Rees demonstrates how the cosmos is full of fossils from which we can deduce how our universe developed, as surely as we infer the earth´s past from the relics found in sedimentary rocks. Rees´s theme is nothing less than the colossal richness of the universe. It is an ambitious book, if anything, it deserves to be longer.

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