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|Abstract||INTRODUCTION Our universe is an amazing and humbling place. The planet we live on is filled with wondrous things, yet it is only an unimaginably tiny part ...|
|Keywords||Space and time Superstring theories Cosmology Reality Anthropic principle|
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|Call number||BD701.B88 2006|
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