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Enabling a Universe that Supports Intelligent Life

How did the profound beauty of our Earth, our Solar System, our Milky Way galaxy and indeed our universe unfold? Dark matter, dark energy, and dark gravity have made all the difference in how the universe has developed, and have been key to creating the overall environment that makes life possible.

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Published February 20th 2011 by FeedBrewer, Inc. (first published February 19th 2011)
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Joye
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Loved the subject, a little too much math for my understanding.
Mark Abrams
May 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was one of the better books I have read on the subject that is really more for the devoted science geek and, since I am one of those type of people, it held my interest from beginning to end. Much of the subject matter, however, is as yet unproven experimentally, but the ideas are based on more than just fancy.

I would highly recommend this book to people who have a background in science and a strong desire to learn about the interesting theories and thoughts on this new branch of research.
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Great basic information on quantum theory. Good flow to the book and it works to help the reader learn the unique terminology used in this science.
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