Expanded from a February 1989 lecture at Brookhaven National Laboratory, noted physicist Wilkinson romps through modern astrophysical cosmology, contending that we create a multitude of conceptual universes many incompatible in order to try to make sense of peculiar things that happen, like life. An
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