A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... laws of science . In most of these universes the conditions . would not be right for the development of complicated organisms ; only in the few universes that are like ours would intelligent beings develop and ask the question , " Why ...
... laws of science or as support for the strong anthropic principle . There are a number of objections that one can raise to the strong anthropic principle as an explanation of the observed state of the universe . First , in what sense can ...
... laws of science do not distinguish between the past and the future . More precisely , as explained earlier , the laws of science are unchanged under the combination of operations ( or symmetries ) known as C , P , and T. ( C means ...
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