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The Transformed Cell: Unlocking the Mysteries of Cancer

by Steven A. Rosenberg

Other authors: John M. Barry

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Poetry Of The Universe sets out to provide a 'map' of the cosmos, as it is now being revealed by the latest theories of quantum physics. But just as it is not possible to make a true representation of the spherical Earth on a two-dimensional piece of paper, so also the true nature of the curvature of space-time cannot be shown on any kind of map or diagram. Professor Osserman approaches the subject historically, recounting the discoveries of the giants of mathematics and astronomy such as Newton, Gauss and Riemann. He carries the reader through to the most recent developments in physics and astronomy, revealing the continuous interplay between mathematical theory and scientific observation.… (more)
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A very moving account of one doctor's work on experimental cancer treatments. ( )
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Poetry Of The Universe sets out to provide a 'map' of the cosmos, as it is now being revealed by the latest theories of quantum physics. But just as it is not possible to make a true representation of the spherical Earth on a two-dimensional piece of paper, so also the true nature of the curvature of space-time cannot be shown on any kind of map or diagram. Professor Osserman approaches the subject historically, recounting the discoveries of the giants of mathematics and astronomy such as Newton, Gauss and Riemann. He carries the reader through to the most recent developments in physics and astronomy, revealing the continuous interplay between mathematical theory and scientific observation.

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