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M Hazen, Robert: Kelvin 90 - Der Wettlauf nach dem Supraleiter. Umschau, 1989. ISBN: 9783524690858
292 Seiten, OPpbd., OU. Sehr gut.
Harold J. Morowitz: The Emergence of Everything: How the World Became Complex, New Delhi, India Oxford University Press 2002 ; weicher Einband / soft cover; Schutzumschlag / dust cover; 1. Ed. ISBN: 0-19-513513-X
'"For more than two decades Harold Morowitz has been honored as a creative and persuasive leader in origin-of-life research. Now, with The Emergence of Everything, he expands his horizon in a stunningly original and provocative book. With encyclopedic knowledge, gentle humor, lucid style and sweeping vision, Morowitz tackles the grandest questions at the interface of science and religion, and he makes a compelling case for the inexorable rise in universal complexity, from the Big Bang to galaxies to life, and perhaps beyond."' Dr. Robert Hazen, Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Washington '"Harold Morowitz has the rare ability to provide a general audience with both the excitement and the insights of science, without stinting either facts or theory. In The Emergence of Everything, Morowitz manages a tour de force, building a ladder of 28 rungs climbing from the beginnings of the universe to the advent of consciousness. At each level, he shows how the phenomena of that level emerge from building blocks provided by the previous level. This emergence, the mysterious phenomenon wherein the whole is more than the sum of its parts, is a central concept in studies of complex systems, which Stephen Hawking calls 'the science of the 21st century.' Morowitz's ladder is a worthy climb--there is no better book for developing a detailed understanding of emergence."' John Holland, author of Emergence: From Chaos to Order '"This is a brilliant book. Morowitz has provided the first state-of-the-art overview of the theory of emergence across the scientific disciplines. Neither too detailed nor too abstract, his 28 stages of emergence trace the history of the universe from the Big Bang through the appearance of culture, philosophy and spirituality. No other work has laid out the core case for emergence--and hence against the ultimacy of reductionism--across the whole spectrum of science. This introduction to emergence theory should guide philosophers of science and anthropologists, theologians and metaphysicians, as they reflect on the nature of Homo sapiens and our place in the cosmos." ' Philip Clayton, Visiting Professor, Harvard University When the whole is greater than the sum of the parts--indeed, so great that the sum far transcends the parts and represents something utterly new and different--we call that phenomenon emergence. When the chemicals diffusing in the primordial waters came together to form the first living cell, that was emergence. When the activities of the neurons in the brain result in mind, that too is emergence. In The Emergence of Everything, one of the leading scientists involved in the study of complexity, Harold J. Morowitz, takes us on a sweeping tour of the universe, a tour with 28 stops, each one highlighting a particularly important moment of emergence. For instance, Morowitz illuminates the emergence of the stars, the birth of the elements and of the periodic table, and the appearance of solar systems and planets. We look at the emergence of living cells, animals, vertebrates, reptiles, and mammals, leading to the great apes and the appearance of humanity. He also examines tool making, the evolution of language, the invention of agriculture and technology, and the birth of cities. And as he offers these insights into the evolutionary unfolding of our universe, our solar system, and life itself, Morowitz also seeks out the nature of God in the emergent universe, the God posited by Spinoza, Bruno, and Einstein, a God Morowitz argues we can know through a study of the laws of nature. Written by one of our wisest scientists, The Emergence of Everything offers a fascinating new way to look at the universe and the natural world, and it makes an important contribution to the dialogue between science and religion. Printed Pages: 218, 9 tables and 1 drawing. First Edition New Soft Cover 15.5 Cms x 23.5 Cms; First Edition
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Hazen, Robert M. / Singer, Maxine: Warum schwarze Löcher nicht schwarz sind. Offene Fragen aus den Grenzbereichen der Wissenschaft. Mit einem Vorwort von Stephen Jay Gould. München. Deuticke. 1998. ISBN: 3216304027
360 S. Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag. Sauberes Exemplar ohne Stempel und Anstreichungen. Sehr gut erhalten.
Robert L.May / Barbara Shook Hazen: Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, New York Golden Press 1958 ; fester Einband / hard cover
aus der Reihe : Little Golden Book ,12 Bl.,altersgemäßer Zustand,etwas betsoßen,innen vergilbt,beim vorderen Einbanddeckel fehlt unten ein Stück vom Papierüberzug,sonst guter Zustand. 1.Auflage Hardcover 17x20cm 110gr.ca.; 1.Auflage
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