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" The more I examine the universe and study the details of its architecture, the more evidence I find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming. "
A Short History of Nearly Everything - Page 241
by Bill Bryson - 2003 - 560 pages
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The Flamingo's Smile: Reflections in Natural History

Stephen Jay Gould - Nature - 1985 - 476 pages
...argument.) Dyson begins with the usual profession of hope: I do not feel like an alien in this universe. The more I examine the universe and study the details...find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming. His defense is little more than a list of physical laws that would preclude intelligent...
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Foundations of Faith

Alton H. Howard - Bible - 1993 - 272 pages
...the only one! As noted Princeton physicist Freeman Dyson said, "The more I examine the universe and the details of its architecture, the more evidence...sense must have known we were coming" (Freeman Dyson, Disturbing the Universe, New York: Harper & Row, 1979, p. 250). What mysteries surround us! We are...
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Education for the Twenty-first Century

Hedley Beare, Richard Slaughter - Education - 1994 - 180 pages
...(ibid.: 234). For physicist though he is, he understands the universe as though it is a living entity. The more I examine the universe and study the details...find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming. (ibid.: 250) In essence, that is the same message in the book which has caused...
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Physics and Our View of the World

Jan Hilgevoord, Praemium Erasmianum Foundation, Hilgevoord Jan - Science - 1994 - 304 pages
...accident. Freeman Dyson once wrote in this context: 'I do not feel like an alien in this universe. The more I examine the universe and study the details...find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming'. I feel the same way too. In some strange and perhaps unfathomable manner, it...
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Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanins of Life

Daniel C. Dennett - Philosophy - 1996 - 586 pages
...Intelligent and Powerful Being. — ISAAC NEWTON 1726 (passage translated in Ellegard 1956, p. 176) The more I examine the universe and study the details...find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming. —FREEMAN DYSON 1979, p. 250 It is easy to imagine a world that, though ordered,...
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The Faith of a Physicist: Reflections of a Bottom-up Thinker

J. C. Polkinghorne - Religion - 1996 - 211 pages
...universe endowed with anthropic potentiality. Freeman Dyson says, 'The more I examine the universe and the details of its architecture, the more evidence...the universe in some sense must have known we were coming.'16 i cannot see what sense that could be other than the will of a Creator. I reject the strange...
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The Search for Terrestrial Intelligence

Mieczyslaw Taube, Klaus Leenders - Psychology - 1998 - 429 pages
...but a significant place nevertheless." F.Dyson (1980): "I do not feel like an alien in this Universe. The more I examine the Universe and study the details...Universe in some sense must have known we were coming." 7.2 DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS 7.2.1 The 'IQ' question — is human intelligence measurable?...
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The Cosmic Game: Explorations of the Frontiers of Human Consciousness

Stanislav Grof - Religion - 1998 - 285 pages
...enormous." And Princeton physicist Freeman Dyson once commented: "The more I examine the universe and the details of its architecture, the more evidence...universe in some sense must have known we were coming" (Smoot and Davidson 1993). Reconstructive studies of the early processes during the first few minutes...
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Landscapes of the Soul: The Loss of Moral Meaning in American Life

Douglas V. Porpora - Religion - 2001 - 368 pages
..."The universe is a put-up job."" Similarly, in his autobiography, Nobel laureate Freeman Dyson writes, "The more I examine the universe and study the details...find that the universe in some sense must have known that we were coming.'"'4 If Tom Brown were actually to look for physical evidence of God's existence,...
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A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization

Dean L. Overman - Religion - 2001 - 272 pages
...physicist Freeman Dyson commented on the fine tuning of the universe: "The more I examine the universe and the details of its architecture, the more evidence...the universe in some sense must have known we were coming."268 Where do the laws of physics (and the resulting laws of chemistry) come from? If we say...
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