Julian Barbour


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The United Kingdom
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Influences


Since receiving his PhD degree on the foundations of Einstein's general theory of relativity at the University of Cologne in 1968, Barbour has supported himself and his family without an academic position, working part-time as a translator. He has research interests in quantum gravity and the history of science. ...more

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“The mature brain is a time capsule. History resides in its structure.”
Julian B. Barbour, The End of Time: The Next Revolution in Our Understanding of the Universe

“You are the music of the spheres heard from the particular vantage point that is you.”
Julian Barbour

“Yesterday seems to come before today, because today contains records (memories) of yesterday.”
Julian Barbour, The End of Time: The Next Revolution in Our Understanding of the Universe

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