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The Origin Of The Universe: Science Masters Series
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This book is more a scientific explanation with charts and dwawings, but - not always easy - understandable for the layman.
I missed the speculation of a John Gribbin or a Martin Rees.
As in his other excellent book 'Theories of Everything', the author believes that "One day we may be able to say something about the origin of our own cosmic neighbourhood. But we can never know the origins of the universe. The deepest secrets are the ones that keep themselves."
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Astrophysics is never easy. Expect to have to read and reread many parts a number of parts, and then one's understanding of the origin of the universe will never be complete. Read morePublished on June 1, 2010 by dr
This book does not explain the origin of the universe; it doesn't claim to. Science in the person of Professor John Barrow follows the deductive-inductive mantra; either a lab... Read morePublished on May 28, 2006 by Wallace F. Smith
For anyone that enjoyed A Brief History of Time this is a excellent follow up. Great explanation of inflation and the possibilty of a non-singularity beginning of the universe.Published on December 11, 1999 by Robert Bensen Jr