Publications

1987
PM Magazine, (March 1987).
1987
Publication Details: Heinemann (1987) U.K. 
1987
This book has just been re-published. I wrote it in the heady days of chaos theory. People were finding chaos everywhere - in the weather, in the behaviour of biological species, in the stock market. But chaos is just one manifestation of complexity. Alongside the destructive effects of chaos are the creative aspects of complex systems - intriguing, even baffling, phenomena like self-organization. It seems that matter and energy have an inbuilt propensity to create new and elaborate systems, up to life and beyond. This is notvitalism, but part of the burgeoning field of complexity science! So what is this inherent creative tendency in the universe? Is there a hidden law of nature at work, or some other explanation?--------------------- Publication Details:Heinemann (1987) U.S.A.Simon & Schuster (1988) U.S.A.Revised edition, Templeton Foundation Press (2004)---------------------Please be aware that book covers may vary in different countries.
1986
PM Magazine, (August 1986).
1986
PM Magazine, (July 1986).
1986
PM Magazine, (June 1986).
1986
PM Magazine, (April 1986).
1986
with D. N. Page and L. H. Ford, Physical Review D 34, 1700 (1986).
1986
PM Magazine, (February 1986).
1986
Publication Details:Cambridge University Press (1986) Canto edition (1993)  
1985
by Jeremy Gibbon, New Scientist 19/26, 71 (December 1985).
1985
Sky and Telescope, 406 (November 1985).
1985
PM Magazine, 44 (September 1985).
1985
Sky and Telescope, (August 1985).
1985
New Scientist, 40 (2 May 1985).
1984
New Scientist, 42 (8 November 1984).
1984
by Michael Disney, New Scientist, 49 (1 November 1984).
1984
Guardian, (27 September 1984).
1984
New Scientist, 29 (23 August 1984).
1984
PM Magazine, (July 1984).
1984
by Bernard d’Espagnat, New Scientist, 49 (17 May 1984).
1984
New Scientist, 31 (9 February 1984).
1984
Science Digest (USA), 72 (January 1984).
1984
with E. Copeland and K. Hinton, Classical and Quantum Gravity 1, 179 (1984).

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