A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... large number of similar systems , each of which started off in the same way , one would find that the result of the measurement would be A in a certain number of cases , B in a different number , and so on . One could predict the ...
... large amount of matter containing a very large number of protons . ( If , for example , one observed a number of protons equal to 1 followed by thirty - one zeros for a period of one year , one would expect , according to the simplest ...
... number of visible stars , which totals about a hundred thousand million in our galaxy alone . The extra gravitational attraction of such a large number of black holes could explain why our galaxy rotates at the rate it does : the mass ...
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