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American physicist noted for his book The Physics of Immortality

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- PhD Mathematical Physics University of Maryland, College Park

According to Wikipedia, Frank Jennings Tipler is an American mathematical physicist and cosmologist, holding a joint appointment in the Departments of Mathematics and Physics at Tulane University. Tipler has written books and papers on the Omega Point based on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's religious ideas, which he claims is a mechanism for the resurrection of the dead. He is also known for his theories on the Tipler cylinder time machine. His work has attracted criticism, most notably from Quaker and systems theorist George Ellis who has argued that his theories are largely pseudoscience.

- The Anthropic Cosmological Principle (1987) (1750)
- Maximal hypersurfaces and foliations of constant mean curvature in general relativity (1980) (287)
- Singularities in conformally flat spacetimes (1977) (250)
- Singularities and causality violation (1977) (174)
- The Physics of Immortality (1994) (171)
- Rotating cylinders and the possibility of global causality violation (1974) (165)
- Energy conditions and spacetime singularities (1978) (160)
- The closed-universe recollapse conjecture (1986) (150)
- Extraterrestrial intelligent beings do not exist (1980) (133)
- Hope from Physics. (Book Reviews: The Physics of Immortality. Modern Cosmology, God and the Resurrection of the Dead.) (1995) (117)
- The Search for Extraterrestrial Life: Recent Developments (1984) (105)
- Causality violation in asymptotically flat space-times (1976) (85)
- Interpreting the wave function of the universe (1986) (74)
- General relativity and conjugate ordinary differential equations (1978) (58)
- Analysis of the generic singularity studies by Belinskii, Khalatnikov, and Lifschitz (1979) (57)
- Closed universes: their future evolution and final state (1985) (54)
- Eternity is unstable (1978) (53)
- Quantum nonlocality does not exist (2014) (53)
- Existence of closed timelike geodesics in Lorentz spaces (1979) (46)
- Book-Review - the Physics of Immortality - Modern Cosmology God and the Resurrection of the Dead (1995) (46)
- On the nature of singularities in general relativity (1977) (43)
- The structure of the world from pure numbers (2005) (40)
- Note on cosmic censorship (1985) (39)
- Metaphysics of colliding self-gravitating plane waves (1984) (35)
- Essays in general relativity. A Festschrift for Abraham Taub. (1980) (34)
- Singularities from colliding plane gravitational waves (1980) (31)
- Black holes in closed universes (1977) (31)
- Newtonian cosmology revisited (1996) (24)
- New axioms for rigorous Bayesian probability (2009) (24)
- THE OMEGA POINT AS ESCHATON: ANSWERS TO PANNENBERG'S QUESTIONS FOR SCIENTISTS (1989) (24)
- Rigorous Newtonian cosmology (1996) (23)
- Singularities and Horizons (1980) (23)
- Cosmological limits on computation (1986) (23)
- A Brief History of the Extraterrestrial Intelligence Concept (1981) (22)
- Does Quantum Nonlocality Exist? Bell's Theorem and the Many-Worlds Interpretation (2000) (22)
- Action principles in nature (1988) (20)
- Topology change in Kaluza-Klein and superstring theories☆ (1985) (19)
- General relativity, thermodynamics, and the Poincaré cycle (1979) (19)
- General Relativity and the Eternal Return (1980) (19)
- Singularities in universes with negative cosmological constant (1976) (18)
- Causally symmetric spacetimes (1977) (17)
- Closed universes with black holes but no event horizons as a solution to the black hole information problem (2000) (15)
- Nonlocality as Evidence for a Multiverse Cosmology (2010) (13)
- What About Quantum Theory? Bayes and the Born Interpretation (2006) (13)
- The Anthropic Principle: A Primer for Philosophers (1988) (10)
- Intelligent life in cosmology (2003) (10)
- Generic singularity studies revisited (1981) (9)
- Horizon stability in asymptotically flat spacetimes (1977) (9)
- Feynman-Weinberg Quantum Gravity and the Extended Standard Model as a Theory of Everything (2007) (8)
- Ranking the Physics Departments: Use Citation Analysis (1996) (8)
- The ultimate fate of life in universes which undergo inflation (1992) (8)
- How Far Out Must We Go to Get into the Hubble Flow? (1999) (8)
- The growth of curvature near a space-time singularity (1979) (8)
- A New Condition Implying the Existence of a Constant Mean Curvature Foliation (1993) (8)
- Cosmology and the pilot wave interpretation of quantum mechanics (1984) (8)
- Energy conditions and space-time singularities (1979) (6)
- Anthropic-principle arguments against steady-state cosmological theories (1982) (6)
- The Star of Bethlehem: a type Ia/Ic supernova in the Andromeda galaxy? (2005) (6)
- Causality Violation in General Relativity. (1976) (6)
- The sensorium of God: Newton and absolute space. (1988) (6)
- Penrose diagrams for the Einstein, Eddington–Lemaitre, Eddington–Lemaitre–Bondi, and anti‐de Sitter universes (1986) (6)
- Adjibolosoo, Senyo. Developing Civil Society: Social Order and the Human Factor. San Diego: Ashgate, 2006. Alcock, John. Animal Behavior. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer, 1993. Alexander, Richard D. The Biology of Moral Systems. Hawthorne (1990) (6)
- The Cox Theorem: Unknowns And Plausible Value (2006) (5)
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Penrose's quasi-local mass in the Kantowski-Sachs closed universe (1985) (5)
- Do black holes really evaporate thermally (1980) (5)
- Direct-action electrodynamics and magnetic monopoles (1975) (5)
- Achieved spacetime infinity (1987) (5)
- My Impressions of The Physics of Christianity (2007) (5)
- Johann Madler's Resolution of Olber's Paradox (1988) (5)
- We are alone in our Galaxy (1982) (4)
- The Most Advanced Civilization in the Galaxy is Ours (1982) (4)
- Black holes and the nature of quantum gravity (1983) (4)
- GENERAL RELATIVITY AS AN ÆTHER THEORY (2010) (4)
- Extraterrestrial intelligence: the debate continues. the author comments (1982) (4)
- The ultimate future of the universe, black hole event horizon topologies, holography, and the value of the cosmological constant (2001) (4)
- Non-Schrodinger forces and pilot waves in quantum cosmology (1987) (4)
- Extraterrestrial intelligence: a skeptical view of radio searches. (1983) (3)
- Hamilton-Jacobi Many-Worlds Theory and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (2010) (3)
- The structure of the classical cosmological singularity (1986) (3)
- Genesis: How the Universe Began According to Standard Model Particle Physics (2001) (3)
- Can a computer think? Part II (1994) (2)
- SETI--a waste of time! (1993) (2)
- Electromagnetic radiation from colliding black holes. (1975) (2)
- Quantum Nonlocality Does Not Exist : Bell ' s Theorem and the Many-Worlds Interpretation (1998) (2)
- The beginning and the end of a black hole (1976) (2)
- Quantum Nonlocality Does Not Exist : Bell ' s Theorem and the Many-Worlds Interpretation (1998) (2)
- What is a black hole? (1979) (2)
- Using UHE Cosmic Rays to Probe the CBR and Test Standard Model Particle Physics (2018) (1)
- Olbers's Paradox, the Beginning of Creation, and Johann Mädler (1988) (1)
- Black Holes in Spherically Symmetric Dust-Filled Closed Universes (1999) (1)
- Many-Worlds QM Tested by Quantum Chemistry: a New Kind of Reaction Rate (2021) (1)
- Perry, Kelvin, and the age of the sun (2013) (1)
- Many-Worlds Quantum Mechanics is Neither Mathematically Nor Experimentally Equivalent to Standard Quantum Mechanics (2021) (1)
- Mach's principle in spatially homogeneous spacetimes (1978) (1)
- Book review (1981) (0)
- How to Construct a Falsifiable Theory in Which the Universe Came into Being Several Thousand Years Ago (1984) (0)
- Identifying the Unidentified Auger UHE Cosmic Rays with the Help of the Standard Model of Particle Physics (2010) (0)
- Volume Information (1987) (0)
- Is it all in the mind (1989) (0)
- The Obama-Tribe 'Curvature of Constitutional Space' Paper is Crackpot Physics (2008) (0)
- Book Review: More on Olbers's Paradox: Darkness at Night: A Riddle of the Universe (1988) (0)
- Book-Review - the Anthropic Cosmological Principle (1986) (0)
- Extraterrestrial Intelligence: A Skeptical View of Radio Searches (1983) (0)
- Experimentally Testing the Mulitverse/Many-Worlds Theory (2014) (0)
- Georges Lemaître and the Hubble–Lemaître law (2018) (0)
- Sophistry and illusion (1994) (0)
- Seti: Should Earthlings Tacke It? (1988) (0)
- Perry, Kelvin, and the age of the sun (2012) (0)
- The Value/Fact Distinction: Coase's Theorem Unifies Normative and Positive Economics (2007) (0)
- Testing Many-Worlds Quantum Theory By Measuring Pattern Convergence Rates (2008) (0)
- Geller and Magicians (1974) (0)
- Book review (1985) (0)

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