Home is where the Wind Blows

Home is where the Wind Blows

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Mathematician, physicist, astronomer and cosmologist, Sir Fred Hoyle is perhaps best known, in scientific circles, for his explanation of the origin of the elements from hydrogen nuclei in stars (a process known as nucleosynthesis) and for developing (with Sir Hermann Bondi and Thomas Gold) the controversial steady-state theory of the Universe (which assumes the continuous creation of matter). In 1950, in the last of a series of radio lectures on astronomy that he delivered on the air for the BBC, Hoyle coined the term Big Bang to characterize the competing expanding-Universe theory, which has since become the dominant paradigm. This term has now become a permanent addition to the language of cosmology.Without circuit diagrams, however, there is nothing to be done but to keep the power on and to see what happens when you change things in a kind of electronic random walk. ... between adjacent pulses or adjacent blocks of pulses would give zero for aluminum strips but would give nonzero for a plane. The idea was simple in concept but hard to achieve in practice by the techniques of 1944 a€” 1945. The difficulty then was to store electrical information for as long as a few milliseconds.

Title:Home is where the Wind Blows
Author: Fred Hoyle
Publisher:University Science Books - 1994-01-01

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