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Annals

Cosmic Questions

Edited by Edited by James B. Miller (American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC)
Cosmic Questions

Published: December 2001

Volume 950

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The authors examine recent astronomical findings and developments in theoretical cosmology in order to better understand three broad questions: Was the Universe Created? Is the Cosmos Designed? Are We Alone? These questions are addressed by a broad spectrum of experts, including astronomers, cosmologists, philosophers, and religious scholars who examine them in terms of humanity's place within the universe.

This volume is out of print.