A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... regions and cause them to start to recollapse . As they were collapsing , the gravitational pull of matter outside these regions might start them rotating slightly . As the collapsing region got smaller , it would spin faster - just as ...
... regions would be heavily outnumbered by chaotic and irregular regions . However , suppose that only in the smooth regions were galaxies and stars formed and were conditions right for the development of complicated self - replicating ...
... regions of the universe and it seems that indeed string theory does . There may well be other regions of the universe , or other universes ( whatever that may mean ) , in which all the dimensions are curled up small or in which more ...
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