SYNC: The Emerging Science of Spontaneous Order

SYNC: The Emerging Science of Spontaneous Order
Publisher: Hyperion | pages: 352 | 2003 | ISBN: 0786868449 | File type: CHM | 18,4 mb
Strogatz is a Cornell mathematician and pioneer of the science of synchrony, which brings mathematics, physics and biology to bear on the mystery of how spontaneous order occurs at every level of the cosmos, from the nucleus on up. In this eminently accessible and entertaining book, Strogatz explores the mysterious synchrony achieved by fireflies that flash in unison by the thousands, and the question of what makes our own body clocks synchronize with night and day and even with one another.

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