Unifying the Universe: The Physics of Heaven and Earth
CRC Press, 2002 M11 5 - 668 páginas
Unifying the Universe: The Physics of Heaven and Earth provides a solid background in basic physics. With a humanistic perspective, it shows how science is significant for more than its technological consequences. The book includes clear and well-planned links to the arts and philosophies of relevant historical periods to bring science and the humanities together.
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