6 edition of Cosmology and Controversy found in the catalog.
February 22, 1999
by Princeton University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||514|
Lawrence Maxwell Krauss (born ) is an American-Canadian theoretical physicist and cosmologist who previously taught at Arizona State University, Yale University, and Case Western Reserve founded ASU's Origins Project, now called ASU Interplanetary initiative, to investigate fundamental questions about the universe and served as the project's al advisor: Roscoe Giles. Review: 'A Cosmology Of Monsters,' By Shaun Hamill Shaun Hamill's new novel uses the lens of horror to examine the ways we interact and fail .
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Kragh gives a detailed oversight of the development of cosmological ideas in the 20th century - especially the idea of a so called 'big bang' and its competitor the steady-state model/5. In this book, Helge Kragh presents the development of scientific cosmology for the first time as a historical event, one that embroiled many famous scientists in a controversy over the very notion of an evolving universe with a beginning in : Princeton University Press.
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This text examines how the big bang theory drew inspiration from, and eventually triumphed over, rival views, mainly the steady-state theory and its concept of a stationary universePages: Contemporary History of Cosmology and the Controversy over the Multiverse The philosopher may take comfort from the fact that, in spite of the much vaunted sway and dominance of pure observation and experiment in ordinary physics, world-physics propounds questions of an objective, non-metaphysical.
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Summary: Presents the development of scientific cosmology as a historical event, one that embroiled many scientists in a controversy over the very notion of an evolving universe with a beginning in time.
This work examines how the big-bang theory drew inspiration. Cosmology and Controversy by Helge Kragh Book Resume: For over three millennia, most people could understand the universe only in terms of myth, religion, and philosophy.
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