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The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe (1976)

by Steven Weinberg

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One of the finest works of popular cosmology. It is challenging reading, not least because, perhaps, you'll question whether your life means anything whatsoever. Thumbs up! ( )
  gilbs | Jul 9, 2010 |
Very dense and highly technical details of what happened in the first three minutes of origination of the Universe, alongside how were those details discovered. Fascinating yet not easy to understand at all. ( )
  ashishg | Feb 8, 2007 |
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This classic of contemporary science writing by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist explains to general readers what happened when the universe began, and how we know.

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Now updated with a major new afterword that incorporates the latest cosmological research, this classic of contemporary science writing by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist explains what happened when the universe began and how we know.

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