Articles By Michael Heller
 
March 2012
Without random events the laws of physics could not operate
 
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December 2008
The story of Georges Lemaître shows how cosmology moves in mysterious ways
 
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September 2008
Is no rebellion possible against the tyranny of time?
 
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About Michael Heller

Michael Heller is a cosmologist who was awarded the 2008 Templeton Prize. A Catholic priest, he holds a chair at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Kraków, Poland, and is an adjunct member of the Vatican Observatory staff.

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