Disturbing the Universe: Spanish Language Astronomy Materials Education Center

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Title: Disturbing the Universe

Author: Freeman Dyson

Translator: Jenny Kesnikoff and Juan José Utrilla

Publisher: Fondo de Cultura Económica and CONACYT

Year: 1983

ISBN: 969-16-1293-0

Suggested reader’s academic level: High School

This 316-page book is a summary of 50 years of the author’s life and work. Mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, Freeman Dyson makes reflects on his life and his interest in biology and genetics.

Disturbing the Universe

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This 316-page book is a summary of 50 years of the author’s life and work. Mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, Freeman Dyson makes reflects on his life and his interest in biology and genetics. Written in a simple way, even though the topics treated are a bit complicated, this book is a “passionate look at the real world, from the most intimate elements—subatomic particles—to the greatest spectacles such as galaxies and interstellar space.”—Fragments taken from the back of the book.

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