Oxford:: Clarendon Press, 1950., 1950. Series: International Monographs on Physics. Reprint. 8vo. xv, , 501,  pp. 13 figs., index. Navy gilt-stamped cloth; small stain on fore-edge. Small ownership label and ownership signature on title of Richard A. Weiss, occasional pencil marginalia throughout. Very good. "…the documented mention of how a universe can come from nothing (or zero energy) and not contradict the first law of thermodynamics was first printed in the 1934 book Relativity, Thermodynamics, and Cosmology by Richard C. Tolman of the California Institute of Technology. Tolman had discovered that in a closed universe the total energy is equal to exactly zero" – Peter Reynosa, "Why Isn't Edward P. Tryon a World-famous Physicist?" Huffington Post, 12/6/2017.
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