The Anthropic Cosmological Principle by John D. Barrow

The Anthropic Cosmological Principle

byJohn D. Barrow, Frank J. TiplerForeword byJohn A. Wheeler

Paperback | May 1, 1988

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Is there any connection between the vastness of the universes of stars and galaxies and the existence of life on a small planet out in the suburbs of the Milky Way? This book shows that there is. In their classic work, John Barrow and Frank Tipler examine the question of Mankind's place in theUniverse, taking the reader on a tour of many scientific disciplines and offering fascinating insights into issues such as the nature of life, the serach for extraterrestrial intelligence, and the past history and fate of our universe.

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Professor of Astronomy at the University of Sussex, John D. Barrow's principal research interest is the early history of the universe. He is well known for his bestselling popular science books including Theories of Everything, Pi in the Sky, and The Artful Universe (OUP, 1995). Frank J. Tipler Professor of Mathematical Physics at Tula...

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Title:The Anthropic Cosmological PrincipleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:736 pages, 7.72 × 5.08 × 1.54 inPublished:May 1, 1988Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0192821474

ISBN - 13:9780192821478

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In their classic work, John Barrow and Frank Tipler examine the question of mankind's place in the Universe, taking the reader on a tour of many scientific disciplines and offering fascinating insights into issues such as the nature of life, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, and the history and fate of our universe.

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`If you get a kick out of cosmic coincidences The Anthropic Cosmological Principle ... is definitely for you. The "anthropic" idea, which is that our very existence may explain why the Universe is the way it is, is an extraordinary one. So too is Barrow and Tipler's account.'New Scientist