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Introduction

  • Michael Hanlon
Part of the Macmillan Science book series (MACSCI)

Abstract

How we laugh now at those daft Victorians. They thought they knew everything. To them, the Universe was a small and well-ordered sort of place, consisting of a few million stars. The planets were held aloft by Newton’s well-ordered apron strings, and the whole cosmos ticked away like a Swiss clock.

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Dark Matter Dark Energy Question Science Grand Theory Climate Change Debate 
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© Michael Hanlon 2007

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  • Michael Hanlon

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