"Measuring the Cosmos" Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

"Measuring the Cosmos"
A book review of "Measuring the Cosmos: How Scientists Discovered the Dimensions of the Universe" by David H. Clark and Matthew D. H. Clark.
# 87331 | 900 words | 1 source | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Astronomy (Cosmology) , English (Analysis)


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This paper is a book review of David H. Clark and Matthew D. H. Clark's "Measuring the Cosmos: How Scientists Discovered the Dimensions of the Universe". It details the main aspects of this history as recorded in the book, and in the process takes the conclusion that the book is a celebration of the human passion for knowledge and the great debates that have accompanied scientific advance.

From the Paper:

"Searching the Skies: A Book Review of Measuring the Cosmos: How Scientists Discovered the Dimensions of the Universe by David H. Clark and Matthew D. H. Clark Clark and Clark's book is a historiography of the timeless human debate into the fundamental question of "Why?" Why do we exist? Where do we come from? Ultimately, what is the nature of the universe around us? The book follows the careers of the great minds of astrology from early antiquity to the modern era, following science as it haphazardly pushes forth the limits of human comprehension."

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