The Day Without Yesterday


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“Science buffs will enjoy this nicely written biography of a little-known but towering figure in modern cosmology.”Publisher's Weekly.


Lemaître, Einstein and the Birth of Modern Cosmology:
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Basic Books / October 11, 2005 /


Lemaître convinced Einstein’s generation that the universe was in fact expanding according to the field equations Einstein himself laid out in 1917. He is credited with first positing the idea of a temporal and spatial origin to the cosmos, in a “primeval atom” theory of a superdense cosmic nucleus from which the universe expanded—what later became the Big Bang theory. He also developed the "dust" solution, modifying the work of Karl Schwarzchild, which allowed later astrophysicists to model black holes. He was in fact the first physicist to combine training in Einstein’s theory with a rigorous background in astronomy and astrophysics, allowing him to test, before anyone else, the true cosmic implications of the general theory of relativity.

About the author: John Farrell is a writer and producer working in Boston. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, Manchester Guardian, Huffington Post, Cosmos Magazine,  New Scientist, Salon, Forbes, TCSDaily, and Skeptic. His poetry has appeared in First Things and his short fiction in DoubleThink and Dappled Things.

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