## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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Asymmetry in time and the expansion of the

- life of 40 · 10 ' a ( a = year ) , as measured today . In other words , of 187Re

atoms now present , the fraction ( 54 ) – dN / N = Mapparent dt will disappear , on

the ...

Asymmetry in time and the expansion of the

**Universe**. Rhenium - 187 has a half- life of 40 · 10 ' a ( a = year ) , as measured today . In other words , of 187Re

atoms now present , the fraction ( 54 ) – dN / N = Mapparent dt will disappear , on

the ...

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Of this the most important ingredient is closure of the

open or closed ? On no central issue of cosmology is there greater divergence of

evidence today . Einstein ' s philosophical arguments speak for closure .

Of this the most important ingredient is closure of the

**Universe**. « Is the**Universe**open or closed ? On no central issue of cosmology is there greater divergence of

evidence today . Einstein ' s philosophical arguments speak for closure .

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[ 245 ] J . H . OORT : Distribution of galaxies and the density of the

Onzième Conseil de Physique Solvay : La structure et l ' évolution de l ' univers (

Brussels , 1958 ) . [ 246 ] J . F . Gott , J . E . GUNN , D . N . SCHRAMM and B . M ...

[ 245 ] J . H . OORT : Distribution of galaxies and the density of the

**universe**, inOnzième Conseil de Physique Solvay : La structure et l ' évolution de l ' univers (

Brussels , 1958 ) . [ 246 ] J . F . Gott , J . E . GUNN , D . N . SCHRAMM and B . M ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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