"...The institution defends itself by complicating every thing
so much so that it become incomprehensible"

FRED HOYLE's PUBLICATIONS

"I do not understand the logic of the refusal of the data only because they seem incredible."

 

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  1. Horgan, John, “Profile: Fred Hoyle: The Return of the Maverick,” Sci. Am. 272, 3, 46-47 (1995).
    Hoyle, Fred, “The Universe - Past and Present Reflections,” Ann. Revs. Astron. Astrophys. 20, 1-35 (1982).

  2. Hoyle, Fred, The Small World of Fred Hoyle : An Autobiography (M. Joseph, London, 1986)
    Hoyle, Fred, Home is Where the Wind Blows:Chapters from a Cosmologist’s Life. (University Science Books, Mill Valley, CA, 1994)

  3. Hoyle, Fred, interview with Alan Lightman, in Lightman, Alan & Roberta Brawer, Origins: The Lives and Worlds of Modern Cosmologists (Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, UK, 1990), pp. 51-66.
    Bloomfield Science Museum, Sir Fred Hoyle

  4. Bondi, H., T. Gold, & F. Hoyle, “Origins of Steady-State Theory,” Naure 373, 10 (1995)

  5. Hoyle, Fred, Facts and Dogmas in Cosmology and Elsewhere (Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, UK, 1982). [Sixteen-page reprint of 1982 Rede Lecture]

  6. Hoyle, F.,“Personal Comments on the History of Nuclear Astrophysics,” QJRAS 27, 445 (1986).

  7. Hoyle, F.,“Fifty Years in Cosmology,” Bull. Astr. Soc. India 16, 1-9 (1988).

  8. Hoyle, Fred, “The Synthesis of the Light Elements (Karl Schwarzschild Lecture 1992),” Reviews in Modern Astronomy 6, 1 (1993).

  9. Hoyle, Fred, “Two Decades of Collaboration with Willy Fowler,” in Barnes, Charles A., D.D. Clayton, D.N. Schramm, Essays in Nuclear Astrophysics: Presented to William A. Fowler, on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1982), p. 1.

  10. Hoyle, Fred, The Origin of the Universe and the Origin of Religion (Moyer Bell, Wakefield, RI, 1993).

  11. Kragh, Helge, Cosmology and Controversy: The Historical Development of Two Theories of the Universe (Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, NJ, 1996).

  12. North, J.D., The Measure of the Universe (Oxford Univ. Press, London, 1965, 1967; reprinted by Dover, 1990).

  13. Wallerstein, George, et al, “Synthesis of the Elements in Stars: Forty Years of Progress,” Revs. Modern Physics 69, 995-1084 (1997).

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Other Scientific references

  1. Hoyle, F. & R.A. Lyttleton, “On the Accretion Theory of Stellar Evolution,” MNRAS 101, 227 (1941).

  2. Hoyle, F., “On the Structure of Disk-shaped Extragalactic Nebulae,” MNRAS 105, 287 (1945); 105, 302 (1945); 105, 345 (1945); and 105, 363 (1945).

  3. Hoyle, F., “The Chemical Composition of the Stars,” MNRAS 106, 255 (1946).

  4. Hoyle, F., “The Synthesis of the Elements from Hydrogen,” MNRAS 106, 343 (1946).

  5. Hoyle, F., “A New Model for the Expanding Universe,” MNRAS 108, 372 (1948).

  6. Hoyle, F., “On the Cosmological Problem,” MNRAS 109, 365 (1949).

  7. Hoyle, F., “On Nuclear Reactions Occurring in Very Hot Stars. I. The Synthesis of Elemenets from Carbon to Nickel,” Ap.J. Supps. 1, 121 (1954) [reprinted in the centennial edition Ap.J. 525, 571 (1999) with a modern commentary by David Arnett].

  8. Hoyle, F., “The Steady-State Theory of the Homogeneous Expanding Universe,” Observatory 74, 253 (1954).

  9. Hoyle, F. & M. Schwarzschild, “On the Evolution of Type II Stars.,” Ap. J. 121,776 (1955) and Ap.J. Supps. 2, 1 (1955) [reprinted in the centennial edition Ap.J. 525, 599 (1999) with a modern commentary by E. Margaret Burbidge].

  10. Burbidge, E. Margaret, Geoffrey R. Burbidge, William A. Fowler, and Fred Hoyle, “Synthesis of the Elements in Stars,” Revs. Mod. Physics 29, 547-650 (1957). [The famous B2FH paper]

  11. Hoyle, F. & William A. Fowler, “Nucleosynthesis in Supernovae,” Ap.J. 132, 565 (1960) [reprinted in the centennial edition Ap.J. 525, 898 (1999) with a modern commentary by S.E. Woosley].

  12. Hoyle, Fred & J.V. Narlikar, “On the Counting of Radio Sources in the Steady-State Cosmology,“ MNRAS 123, 133 (1961) and 125, 13 (1962).

  13. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, “On graphite particles as interstellar grains,” MNRAS 124, 417 (1962).

  14. Hoyle, F., William A. Fowler, G.R. Burbidge, & E. Margaret Burbidge, “On Relativistic Astrophysics,” Ap.J. 139, 909 (1964).

  15. William A. Fowler & F. Hoyle, Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars and Supernovae (Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1965).

  16. Hoyle, F. & G.R. Burbidge, “On the Nature of the Quasi-Stellar Objects,” Ap.J. 144, 534 (1966).

  17. Wagoner, Robert V., William A. Fowler., & F. Hoyle, ”“On the Synthesis of Elements at Very High Temperatures,” Ap.J. 148, 3 (1967).

  18. Fowler, William A., Nuclear Astrophysics (American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, 1967).

  19. Hoyle, Fred & J.V. Narlikar, Action at a Distance in Physics and Cosmology (W.H. Freeman, San Francisco, 1974).

  20. Hoyle, Fred & N. Chandra Wickramasinghe, Astronomical Origins of Life: Steps towards Panspermia (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 1999).

  21. Burbidge, G., F. Hoyle, & J.V. Narlikar, “A different approach to cosmology,” Physics Today 52, 4, 38-44 (1999).

  22. G. Burbidge, F. Hoyle., & J.V. Narlikar, A Different Approach to Cosmology: From a Static Universe through the Big Bang towards Reality (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2000).

Other works: popularization, Fiction...

  1. Hoyle, Fred, The Black Cloud (Heinemann, London, 1957, 1998).

  2. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, Lifecloud : The Origin of Life in the Universe (Dent, London, 1978).

  3. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, Diseases from Space (Dent, London, 1979).

  4. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, Evolution from Space (Dent, London, 1981).

  5. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cosmic life-force (Paragon House, NY, 1990).

  6. Hoyle, Fred & Chandra Wickramasinghe, Our Place in the Cosmos (Phoenix, 19??).

  7. Hoyle, Fred & John Elliot, A is for Andromeda (Souvenir Press, London, 1962).

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