Infinite in All Directions
Cover of the first edition
|Publisher||Harper & Row|
Infinite In All Directions (1988) is a book on a wide range of subjects, including history, philosophy, research, technology, the origin of life and eschatology, by theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson. The book is based on the author's Gifford Lectures delivered in Aberdeen in 1985. Infinite in All Directions can roughly be summarized as a treatise on the universe and humanity's role and its responsibilities.
- Romm, Joseph J. (October 1989). "Infinite in some directions". Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. 45 (8): 35–6. Retrieved 14 January 2011.
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