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Special relativity
Special Relativity.(Oxford Physics Series.) By J. G. Taylor. Pp. 106. (Clarendon: Oxford, Oxford University: London, June 1975.) £1.95.
The Ghost in the Atom
The Fifth Miracle: the Search for the Origin of Life
This work examines what is perhaps science's ultimate question: the origins of life on earth. Paul Davies presents a series of recent discoveries which are leading to some startling theories aboutExpand
The Accidental Universe
Preface 1. The fundamental ingredients of nature 2. Scales of structure 3. The delicate balance 4. Cosmic coincidences 5. The anthropic principle Bibliography Index.
God and the New Physics
How did the universe begin and how will it end? What is matter? What is mind, and can it survive death? What are time and space, and how do they relate to ideas about God? Is the order of theExpand
Theoretical astrophysics
Theoretical Principles in Astrophysics and Relativity.Edited by N. R. Lebovitz, W. H. Reid and P. O. Vandervoort. Pp. 257. (University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London. 1978.) £16.10; $23.
The cosmic blueprint
The Physics of Downward Causation
By tradition, physics is a strongly reductionist science. Treating physical systems as made up of components, and studying those components in detail, had produced huge strides in understanding. TheExpand