Our Universe: Accident or Design?

By Professor David L Block

Printed: 1992

Publisher: Starwatch. South Africa

Dimensions 21 × 30 × 0.5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 21 x 30 x 0.5

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Softback. Title and picture of a satellite dish on the front cover.

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Editor’s Copy (Dr. Douglas Grant)

Note: Following Robert Maxwell’s death in 1991 the Frost & Templeton families purchased the Scottish Academic Press and today the Frost family still help to keep the brand alive.

David Block is an internationally renowned astronomer who has been featured on BBC television, a man who has addressed large audiences, an explorer of the cosmos, who encourages audiences around the world to “always look up, and never give up”! He is regularly interviewed on Radio 702, M-Net and other television stations. He has spoken at conferences and has been interviewed in the United States, Europe and Australia.
This presentation is both an intellectual and visual feast. Colour photographs show planets, nebulae, stars and galaxies – including some of the most distant objects discerned in the universe. Professor Block probes the meaning of the immensity and complexity of the universe and explores the evidence for design.

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