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The book of universes : exploring the limits of the cosmos

Autor: John D Barrow
Editorial: New York : W.W. Norton, 2011.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 1st American edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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A tour of the strange and wonderful universes that modern physics posits might--just might--be out there.
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: John D Barrow
ISBN: 0393081214 9780393081213
Número OCLC: 668194866
Descripción: xiv, 354 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contenido: Being in the right place at the right time. Two men walking ; Funny things, universes ; The importance of place ; Aristotle's spherical universe ; Ptolemy's "Heath Robinson" universe --
The earnestness of being important. Special times and special places ; Democratic laws ; The changing universe ; The nebular hypothesis ; Life in an Edwardian universe ; The decaying universe ; Karl Schwarzschild: the man who knew too much --
Einstein's universes. Completing a Copernican vision ; Einstein's insight ; A digression ; The creation of Einstein's universe of motionless matter ; The second universe: de Sitter's universe of matterless motion ; Friedmann's universes of matter in motion ; Lemaître's universes ; The universe of Einstein and de Sitter ; Tolman's oscillating universe ; Lemaître and Tolman's kinky universe ; Milne's universe (and Newton's universes) --
Unexpected universes: the Rococo period. Fractal universes ; Dr. Kasner's universe ; Dirac's universe--where gravity decays ; Einstein and Rosen's undulating universe --
Something completely different. A Swiss-cheese universe ; Perturbed universes ; Schrödinger's universe ; Gödel's spinning universe --
The steady statesmen come and go with a bang. A universe that always was, is and is to come ; A table-top universe ; The electric universe ; Hot universes --
Universes, warts and all. Turbulent universes ; Distorted universes: from one to nine ; Smooth universes and a new observational window ; Chaotic universes ; Mixmaster universes ; Magnetic universes ; The universes of Brans and Dicke ; Matter-antimatter universes --
The beginning for beginners. Singular universes ; Which universes are singular? ; Cold and tepid universes ; An unexpectedly simpler universe ; And a unified way of thinking --
Brave new worlds. Asymmetric universes ; Problem universes ; Inflationary universes ; Chaotic inflationary universes ; Eternal inflationary universes ; Suddenly, the universe seems simpler again ; The many universes run out of control --
Post-modern universes. Random universes ; Probably universes ; Anthropic universes ; Possible universes ; Home-made universes ; Naturally selected universes ; Fake universes ; Universes where nothing is original ; Boltzmann's universe --
Fringe universes. Wrap-around universes ; Quantum universes ; A self-creating universe ; Colliding universes ; The dying of the light ; Hyperuniverses --
The runaway universes. The best-buy universe ; The preposterous universe ; The puzzling universe.
Responsabilidad: John D. Barrow.

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