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Gerhard Kraus: "Has Hawking Erred?" (1993)


Janus Publishing
Edinburgh House
19 Nassau Street

Kraus closely examines Einstein's concept of space-time, perpetuated by Hawking. Kraus argues that space and time are incompatible phenomena, and criticises the role of mathematics and the Big Bang theory.

"There is a need for fresh ideas and this work consists of that." - Jan Boeyens

With an introduction by Prof. Jan Boeyens, who was then Dean of the Faculty of Science, Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg.

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