A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... infinite number of stars , distributed more or less uniformly over infinite space , this would not happen , because there would not be any central point for them to fall to . This argument is an instance of the pitfalls that you can ...
... infinite static model of the universe in which gravity is always attractive . It is an interesting reflection on the general climate of thought before the twentieth century that no one had suggested that the universe was expanding or ...
... infinite amount of energy and , therefore , by Einstein's famous equa- tion E = mc2 , they would have an infinite amount of mass . Their gravitational attraction would thus curve up the universe to infinitely small size . Rather similar ...
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