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Life, the Universe and Everything: 42 Fundamental Questions

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Life, the Universe and Everything: 42 Fundamental Questions
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 54

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We consider 42 fundamental questions which must be answered on the road to full enlightenment, and we attempt a first draft (or personal selection) of these ultimate questions, on topics ranging from the cosmological constant and origin of the universe to the origin of life and consciousness.

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