Towards a Unified Cosmology

London, Hutchinson (1960)
Excerpts: The wider the range of a piece of research the less adequately can any one worker deal with each of its specialized aspects.
Keywords Cosmology  Matter  Physics Philosophy
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Call number QC173.K28 1960a
ISBN(s) 1604441623   9781604441628  
DOI 10.1086/287868
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