A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... finite speed , but also in measuring that speed , was remarkable — coming as it did eleven years before New- ton's publication of Principia Mathematica . A proper theory of the propagation of light didn't come until 1865 , when the ...
... finite in extent , but it is like a line with two ends or boundaries , a beginning and an end . We shall see later that when one combines general relativity with the uncer- tainty principle of quantum mechanics , it is possible for both ...
... finite time in the past . In the quantum theory of gravity , on the other hand , a third possibility arises ... finite in extent and yet to have no singularities that formed a boundary or edge . Space - time would be like the surface of ...
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