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Excellent book on cosmology including a proposal to resolve the singularity at the big bang. There is a claim, that absence of B modes in the CMB data supports the cyclic model... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. L. Starr
A good overview of the field and an explanation for their new theory.Published 5 months ago by Jarmo Ken Koskinen
This book is about the ekpyrotic model for the evolution of our universe. It states that about every trillion years or so our universe recycles itself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jerry Lisantti
This is one of the most well written, balanced, non mathematical descriptions of physical cosmology I've read. I recommend it for both lay readers and scientific readers. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ronald E. Byers
It is an interesting book. It covers some hard to believe ideas which are yet to be proved if indeed they will ever be.Published 14 months ago by Roger Doger
This is a very good book both on the classical model of the Big Bang Theory and on the authors' alternative theory about how the universe began. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Backman
If you'd like to have your view of Reality changed, read this book.
Drs. Steinhardt and Turok, have diligently, step by step, presented an alternate view of the creation... Read more
Fantastic indepth detail about how the universe formed, different aspects of its formation and makes the reader really thing how insignificant man is relative to the scope of the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jack Cusimano