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The dream universe : how fundamental physics lost its way —Lindley, David, 1956- author.

"In the early seventeenth century Galileo broke free from the hold of ancient Platonic and Aristotelian philosophy. He drastically changed the framework through which we view the natural world when he asserted that we sh...

Probable impossibilities : musings on beginnings and endings —Lightman, Alan P., 1948- author.

"Before the discovery of quarks, we hadn't imagined anything smaller than protons and neutrons. Are quarks the end of the line, the smallest imaginable objects in nature? Can the universe be divided into infinitely small...

You are the universe : discovering your cosmic self and why it matters —Chopra, Deepak, author.

What happens when modern science reaches a crucial turning point that challenges everything we know about reality? In this brilliant, timely, and practical work, Chopra and Kafatos tell us that we've reached just such a ...

Until the end of time : mind, matter, and our search for meaning in an evolving universe —Greene, B. (Brian), 1963- author.

"From the world-renowned physicist, co-founder of the World Science Festival, and best-selling author of The Elegant Universe comes this utterly captivating exploration of deep time and humanity's search for purpose. Bri...

The great questions of philosophy and physics

"This lecture series examines the philosophical questions raised by our best scientific theories about matter, energy, space, and time. We will set our contentious philosophical problems that arise out of our attempt to...

Now : the physics of time —Muller, R. (Richard), author.

"A monumental work on the flow of time, from the universe's creation to "Now," by the best-selling author of Physics for Future Presidents. "Now" is a simple concept--you're reading this sentence now. Yet a real definiti...

Black whole

Black Whole uncovers scientific proof that we are one. The work of physicist, Nassim Haramein, provides insight into the structure of space-time and a new coherent model of the universe. Using the sacred geometry and cod...

Trespassing on Einstein's lawn : a father, a daughter, the meaning of nothing, and the beginning of everything —Gefter, Amanda.

Opening with the author's attempt to sneak herself and her father into a conference attended by the planet's great scientific thinkers (including Brian Greene, Max Tegmark, and coiner of the term "black hole" John Wheele...

Until the end of time : mind, matter, and our search for meaning in an evolving universe —Greene, B. (Brian), 1963- author, narrator.
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From the world-renowned physicist, co-founder of the World Science Festival and best selling author of The Elegant Universe comes this utterly captivating exploration of deep time and humanity's search for purpose. Brian...

The equations of life : how physics shapes evolution —Cockell, Charles, author.

"Any reader of science fiction or viewer of Star Trek will be awake to the dream that there may be life elsewhere in our universe that isn't like life here on Earth. Maybe, like E.T., it has new letters in its genetic al...

Erwin Schrödinger and the quantum revolution —Gribbin, John, 1946-

"This books takes us into the heart of the quantum revolution. He tells the story of Schrödinger's surprisingly colorful life (he arrived for a position at Oxford University with both his wife and mistress). And with hi...

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