Philosophy Of The Cosmos - 2011 - Discussion
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NEW TOPICS HERE PLEASE deep-soil worms Negative entropy gravitons Refutation of the 2nd law... some thoughts Radio National - Dark Energy and anti-matter Life beyond our perception? lonely exosolar planets Very Inspiring Resources Regarding Memory and its Relationship with Our Pscychological Arrow of Time Michio Kaku - Contact Learning From Outer Space GCF 2011
Our Brain Percieves Illusions Outliers and Statistics Total solar eclipses Design Reddit - Hacker News Discussion on the speed of light Universe and universe Unified Theory and E8 Supersymmetry Patterns and Models maths Maths and the Language of the Universe Second Law of Thermodynamics Expansion Perception
Interesting read, free online download: A Briefer History of Time What do Scientists Do? Anthropologists visit the Laboratory Different types of entropy Omnium my time, your time Entropy and an Expanding Universe Fungus anomaly and scientific communication The possibilities for entropy and the brain the observable universe Relationship between gravity and dimensions