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  • 29 Apr 2021
    Michael Townsen Hicks, Roger Davies, Rafael Alves Batista, David Sloan

    Fine-Tuning in the Physical Universe

    We only have one universe. On the face of it, the existence of life, complexity, and structure in our universe seems to be lucky or to call out for explanation. When we look more closely, the physical causes of these important phenomena appear to be balanced on a knife-edge. Fine-Tuning in the Physical Universe formulates these questions and explores the answers in the context of many sub-disciplines of physics.

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  • 27 Nov 2019
    Geraint Lewis

    Video: Interview with ‘Cosmic Revolutionary’ Geraint Lewis

    Interview with ‘Cosmic Revolutionary’ Geraint Lewis from CUP Academic on Vimeo.   TRANSCRIPT: Geraint Lewis: I’m Geraint Lewis and I’m a professor of astrophysics at the University of Sydney and I am the author with Luke Barnes of A Cosmic Revolutionaries Handbook (or: How to Overthrow the Big Bang)   What reader did you have […]

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  • 29 Nov 2018
    Extensions of f(R) Gravity
    Tiberiu Harko

    Are dark energy and dark matter really dark?

    by Tiberiu Harko, author of Extensions of f(R) Gravity, 2018

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  • 19 Aug 2013
    Athena Coustenis, Thérèse Encrenaz

    Into the Intro: Life Beyond Earth

    For thousands of years, human beings have wondered if we are alone in the universe. Only recently have we developed the technology to investigate by exploring the far reaches of space for signs of life. In an excerpt from this fall's Life Beyond Earth, join the search for what—or who—might be out there.

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