Origins: The Quest for Our Cosmic Roots

Taylor & Francis | 2002-12-06 | ISBN: 075030765X | 384 pages | PDF | 5,1 MB

Tom Yulsman has succeeded in explaining extremely difficult concepts, such as quantum mechanics, planet, star and galaxy formation, as well as theories on the creation of the universe and life, in a concise, interesting and understandable way. His writing is both humerous and gripping and kept me intrigued, thirsting for more information with every turn of the page.

Pocket-size text addresses some of the most profound issues humans have confronted; such as what is the origin of galaxies?, how do solar systems form?, and how did Earth become an oasis of life?


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