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Imperfect creation : cosmos, life and…
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Imperfect creation : cosmos, life and nature's hidden code

by Marcelo Gleiser

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For millennia, humankind has searched for an intellectual Holy Grail - a unifying scientific theory to explain the origins of the universe and our place in it. However, in Imperfect Creation, Marcelo Gleiser argues that there is no grand plan, cosmic blueprint or overarching explanation for our existence.Science giants Galileo, Kepler, Newton, Planck and Einstein have taught us to explain the universe in terms of symmetry, harmony and order.… (more)

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