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English mathematical physicist, recreational mathematician and philosopher

Sir Roger Penrose was born in Colchester, England in 1931. He is best known for his significant contributions to the mathematical physics of general relativity and cosmology. Penrose attended University College London where he earned his bachelor’s in mathematics. He received a PhD studying algebraic geometry at St John’s College, Cambridge in 1958. In his free time at Cambridge, he attended a few lectures led by Hermann Bondi and Paul Dirac, which lent some of his curiosity in the direction of physics. Penrose went on to become an innovator in the field of mathematical physics, and is now widely regarded as among the greatest living mathematical physicists.

In public life, he speaks frequently on topics of philosophy, addressing questions such as, why can the universe be explained coherently by mathematics? Famously, he has also written extensively on theories of the nature of consciousness, a topic typically broached in the discipline of academic philosophy (and related fields, such as cognitive science). In his 1989 book The Emperor’s New Mind, Penrose argued that consciousness arises from quantum effects in the brain, a view that both fascinated and drew criticism from other theorists about the mind. His follow-up book Shadows of the Mind in 1994 further explored his ideas about consciousness.

Roger Penrose is the recipient of numerous honors and awards for his distinguished career in mathematical physics. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in 1972. In 1988 he won the Wolf Prize for Physics, sharing the award with the late Stephen Hawking“>Stephen Hawking for work on black holes. In 1989 he was awarded the Dirac Medal and Prize of the British Institute of Physics, and in 1990 Penrose was awarded the Albert Einstein Medal. In 2000 he was appointed to the Order of Merit by the British Government.

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According to Wikipedia, Sir Roger Penrose is an English mathematician, mathematical physicist, philosopher of science and Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics in the University of Oxford, an emeritus fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, and an honorary fellow of St John's College, Cambridge and University College London.

- A generalized inverse for matrices (1955) (2539)
- The Emperor's New Mind (1989) (2343)
- Spinors and space-time (1984) (2133)
- An Approach to Gravitational Radiation by a Method of Spin Coefficients (1962) (1998)
- Shadows of the Mind (1994) (1432)
- The singularities of gravitational collapse and cosmology (1970) (1389)
- On Gravity's role in Quantum State Reduction (1996) (1232)
- Gravitational collapse and spacetime singularities (1965) (1005)
- The road to reality. (1984) (940)
- Zero rest-mass fields including gravitation: asymptotic behaviour (1965) (764)
- Gravitational Collapse : The Role of General Relativity 1 (2002) (719)
- Physics, Mathematics, and Minds. (Book Reviews: The Emperor's New Mind. Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics.) (1989) (672)
- On best approximate solutions of linear matrix equations (1956) (648)
- Nonlinear gravitons and curved twistor theory (1976) (621)
- Orchestrated reduction of quantum coherence in brain microtubules: A model for consciousness (1996) (606)
- Note on the Bondi-Metzner-Sachs Group (1966) (599)
- Consciousness in the universe: a review of the 'Orch OR' theory. (2014) (593)
- Singularities and time-asymmetry. (1979) (575)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Subject and author index (1984) (557)
- Techniques of Differential Topology in Relativity (1972) (554)
- Asymptotic properties of fields and space-times (1963) (543)
- Twistor theory: An approach to the quantisation of fields and space-time (1973) (522)
- A spinor approach to general relativity (1960) (513)
- Conscious Events as Orchestrated Space-Time Selections (1996) (503)
- “Golden Oldie”: Gravitational Collapse: The Role of General Relativity (2002) (490)
- Spinor and twistor methods in space-time geometry (1986) (462)
- Quantum Concepts in Space and Time (1986) (450)
- On quadratic first integrals of the geodesic equations for type {22} spacetimes (1970) (441)
- A theory of everything? (2005) (432)
- Précis of The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning computers, minds, and the laws of physics (1990) (418)
- Shadows of the mind - a search for the missing science of consciousness (1994) (409)
- A space‐time calculus based on pairs of null directions (1973) (393)
- Quantum computation, entanglement and state reduction (1998) (389)
- Angular Momentum: an Approach to Combinatorial Space-Time (1971) (389)
- Spinors and Space‐Time, Volume I: Two‐Spinor Calculus and Relativistic Fields (1986) (355)
- Any Space-Time has a Plane Wave as a Limit (1976) (353)
- Spherically symmetric solutions of the Schrodinger-Newton equations (1998) (341)
- Pentaplexity A Class of Non-Periodic Tilings of the Plane (1979) (336)
- The Large, the Small and the Human Mind by Roger Penrose. Cambridge University Press, 1997, xviii + 185 pp. £14.95 (1998) (329)
- Extraction of Rotational Energy from a Black Hole (1971) (315)
- Scattering of Two Impulsive Gravitational Plane Waves (1971) (311)
- Quasi-local mass and angular momentum in general relativity (1982) (309)
- A complete guide to the laws of the universe (2005) (308)
- Cycles of time : an extraordinary new view of the universe (2011) (306)
- THE NATURE OF SPACE AND TIME (1994) (306)
- CBMS-NSF REGIONAL CONFERENCE SERIES IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS (2010) (288)
- Two-spinor calculus and relativistic fields (1984) (284)
- Book-Review - Spinors and Spacetime - VOL.2 - Spinor and Twistor Methods in Spacetime Geometry (1986) (275)
- New conservation laws for zero rest-mass fields in asymptotically flat space-time (1968) (254)
- Ideal points in space-time (1972) (236)
- On the structure of causal spaces (1967) (229)
- A Remarkable Property of Plane Waves in General Relativity (1965) (220)
- Cohomology and massless fields (1981) (214)
- The apparent shape of a relativistically moving sphere (1959) (213)
- The twistor programme (1977) (210)
- STRUCTURE OF SPACE--TIME. (1968) (202)
- Twistor quantisation and curved space-time (1968) (198)
- The question of cosmic censorship (1999) (196)
- On the Gravitization of Quantum Mechanics 1: Quantum State Reduction (2014) (189)
- Quantum gravity 2 : a second Oxford symposium (1981) (188)
- Consciousness In The Universe (2011) (178)
- Internal instability in a Reissner-Nordström black hole (1973) (173)
- Quantum Gravity 2 (1981) (160)
- Difficulties with Inflationary Cosmology a (1989) (140)
- Quantum gravity : an Oxford symposium (1975) (140)
- Solutions of the Zero-Rest-Mass Equations (1969) (137)
- Consciousness in the Universe: Neuroscience, Quantum Space-Time Geometry and Orch OR Theory (2011) (137)
- Cycles of Time (2010) (132)
- Twistor theory - Its aims and achievements (1975) (120)
- Republication of: Conformal treatment of infinity (2011) (113)
- What 'gaps'? Reply to Grush and Churchland (1995) (96)
- On bell non-locality without probabilities: More curious geometry (1993) (96)
- On a quadratic first integral for the charged particle orbits in the charged Kerr solution (1972) (96)
- BEFORE THE BIG BANG: AN OUTRAGEOUS NEW PERSPECTIVE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PARTICLE PHYSICS (2006) (95)
- The metric and curvature properties of H-space (1978) (93)
- Reply to seven commentaries on “Consciousness in the universe: Review of the ‘Orch OR’ theory” (2014) (90)
- A test of general relativity using the LARES and LAGEOS satellites and a GRACE Earth gravity model (2016) (90)
- Concentric circles in WMAP data may provide evidence of violent pre-Big-Bang activity (2010) (89)
- 10 EXACT GRAVITATIONALLY-CONSERVED QUANTITIES (1965) (81)
- Fashion, Faith, and Fantasy in the New Physics of the Universe (2016) (81)
- The nonlinear graviton (1976) (78)
- The Central programme of twistor theory (1999) (78)
- Gravity and state vector reduction. (1986) (76)
- Golden Oldie: Null Hypersurface Initial Data for Classical Fields of Arbitrary Spin and for General Relativity (1980) (75)
- Conserved Quantities in the Einstein‐Maxwell Theory (1969) (75)
- Mr. Tompkins in paperback (1966) (75)
- SOME UNSOLVED PROBLEMS IN CLASSICAL GENERAL RELATIVITY (1982) (74)
- WAVEFUNCTION COLLAPSE AS A REAL GRAVITATIONAL EFFECT (2000) (72)
- On the Nature of Quantum Geometry (1972) (72)
- Testing General Relativity and gravitational physics using the LARES satellite (2012) (68)
- Spinors and torsion in general relativity (1983) (66)
- Orchestrated Objective Reduction of Quantum Coherence in Brain Microtubules: The "Orch OR" Model for Consciousness (1996) (65)
- On CCC-predicted concentric low-variance circles in the CMB sky (2013) (64)
- How Long Until Human-Level AI ? Results from an Expert Assessment (2011) (63)
- Beyond the Doubting of a Shadow A Reply to Commentaries on Shadows of the Mind (1996) (60)
- NAKED SINGULARITIES (1973) (57)
- Time-Asymmetry and Quantum Gravity (1981) (56)
- Exploring the unification of quantum theory and general relativity with a Bose–Einstein condensate (2018) (53)
- IMBEDDING OF MANIFOLDS IN EUCLIDEAN SPACE (1961) (53)
- Relativistic Symmetry Groups (1974) (53)
- Newton, quantum theory and reality. (1987) (49)
- The topology of ridge systems (1979) (46)
- Spin-coefficient formalism (2009) (43)
- Black Holes and Gravitational Theory (1972) (41)
- Fundamental Physics and General Relativity with the LARES and LAGEOS satellites (2013) (39)
- Tilings and Quasi-Crystals; a Non-Local Growth Problem? (1989) (37)
- Singularities of spacetime (1978) (37)
- Consciousness, the Brain, and Spacetime Geometry: An Addendum (2001) (36)
- Physical space-time and nonrealizable ${\text{CR}}$-structures (1983) (36)
- GENERAL-RELATIVISTIC ENERGY FLUX AND ELEMENTARY OPTICS. (1967) (35)
- A note on inverse semigroups (1955) (34)
- Twistors as Spin 3/2 Charges (1991) (33)
- The basic ideas of conformal cyclic cosmology (2012) (33)
- Black holes, quantum theory and cosmology (2009) (30)
- Energy Conservation as the Basis of Relativistic Mechanics. II (1965) (28)
- The Kahler Structure of Asymptotic Twistor Space (1977) (27)
- On the Gravitization of Quantum Mechanics 2: Conformal Cyclic Cosmology (2014) (26)
- Remarks on Tiling: Details of a (1 + ε + ε2)-Aperiodic Set (1997) (26)
- Gravity and quantum mechanics (1993) (26)
- A new laser-ranged satellite for General Relativity and space geodesy: I. An introduction to the LARES2 space experiment (2017) (25)
- Spinors and Space–Time: spinors in n dimensions (1986) (25)
- On the Cohomology of Impossible Figures (1993) (24)
- Apparent evidence for Hawking points in the CMB Sky★ (2018) (24)
- The Emperor’s New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws ofPhysics (1990) (24)
- An improved test of the general relativistic effect of frame-dragging using the LARES and LAGEOS satellites (2019) (22)
- Causality, quantum theory and cosmology (2008) (21)
- Reply to criticism of the ‘Orch OR qubit’ – ‘Orchestrated objective reduction’ is scientifically justified (2014) (21)
- Chandrasekhar, black holes, and singularities (1996) (20)
- Drawing with complex numbers (2000) (20)
- 1 – On Schwarzschild Causality—A Problem for “Lorentz Covariant” General Relativity (1980) (20)
- CCC-predicted low-variance circles in CMB sky and LCDM (2011) (19)
- Uncertainty in quantum mechanics: faith or fantasy? (2011) (19)
- The Geometry of the Universe (1978) (17)
- On cosmological mass with positive Λ (2011) (17)
- Palatial twistor theory and the twistor googly problem (2015) (16)
- Singularities in Cosmology (1974) (16)
- A twistor conformal field theory for four space-time dimensions (1989) (16)
- THE LIGHT-CONE AT INFINITY, (1962) (16)
- Preliminary orbital analysis of the LARES space experiment (2015) (16)
- The nonalgorithmic mind (1990) (16)
- Twistor theory and the Einstein vacuum (1999) (15)
- On the second law of thermodynamics (1994) (15)
- A new laser-ranged satellite for General Relativity and space geodesy: III. De Sitter effect and the LARES 2 space experiment (2017) (14)
- Consciousness in the universe an updated review of the "Orch OR" theory (2016) (14)
- The Big Bang and its Dark-Matter Content: Whence, Whither, and Wherefore (2018) (14)
- Spinors and Space-Time: Appendix: diagrammatic notation (1984) (13)
- On understanding understanding (1997) (13)
- Twistors and particles: an outline (1975) (12)
- What is reality (2006) (12)
- On Space and Time: Causality, quantum theory and cosmology (2008) (11)
- What happened before the Big Bang (2007) (11)
- On the instability of extra space dimensions (2003) (11)
- CCC and the Fermi paradox (2015) (11)
- A quadratic mapping with invariant cubic curve (1981) (10)
- Twistor geometry of light rays (1997) (10)
- More on the low variance circles in CMB sky (2010) (10)
- GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE OF THE WAVEFUNCTION: AN EXPERIMENTALLY TESTABLE PROPOSAL (2002) (10)
- The problem of spacetime singularities: implications for quantum gravity? (2003) (10)
- Book-Review - Spinors and Space-Time - VOL.1 (1986) (9)
- PHYSICAL SPACE-TIME AND NONREALIZABLE CR-STRUCTURES (2007) (9)
- On the physics and mathematics of thought (1988) (9)
- Physics meets philosophy at the Planck scale: On gravity's role in quantum state reduction (2001) (8)
- What is Life? The Next Fifty Years: Why new physics is needed to understand the mind (1995) (8)
- The emperor's new mind : concerning computers, minds, and thelaws of physics (1989) (8)
- Foreword: A Computable Universe, Understanding Computation and Exploring Nature As Computation (2012) (8)
- Twistors and General Relativity (2001) (8)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Summary of Volume 1 (1986) (8)
- Reply to “A comment on “A test of general relativity using the LARES and LAGEOS satellites and a GRACE Earth gravity model, by I. Ciufolini et al.”” (2018) (7)
- Kurt Gödel and the Foundations of Mathematics: Gödel, the Mind, and the Laws of Physics (2011) (7)
- Correlated "noise" in LIGO gravitational wave signals: an implication of Conformal Cyclic Cosmology (2017) (7)
- Awareness and Understanding in Computer Programs: A Review of Shadows of the Mind by Roger Penrose (2008) (7)
- The mathematics of the electron's spin (1997) (7)
- The Emperor's New Mind revisited (1995) (6)
- Twistors in Mathematics and Physics: Twistor Theory After 25 Years—its Physical Status and Prospects (1990) (6)
- John Bell, State Reduction, and Quanglement (2002) (6)
- Quasi Local Mass and Angular Momentum (1983) (5)
- Where physics meets metaphysics (2008) (5)
- Twisting round space-time. (1979) (5)
- On the quadratic invariant of binary sextics (2015) (5)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: References (1996) (5)
- What is Life?: ORDER, DISORDER AND ENTROPY (2012) (5)
- Twistors and the Einstein equations (2017) (5)
- Scientific Background on the Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 (2020) (5)
- A brief introduction to twistors (1980) (5)
- A Brief Outline of Twistor Theory (1980) (4)
- Book-Review - the Very Early Universe (1985) (4)
- Discussion of Shadows of the Mind (1994) (4)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Classification of curvature tensors (1986) (4)
- Relation between wave speeds in the crust of dense magnetic stars (1978) (4)
- The Renaissance of General Relativity and Cosmology: Quantum non-locality and complex reality (1993) (4)
- Quantum state reduction via gravity, and possible tests using Bose–Einstein condensates (2018) (4)
- Quantum Physics of Consciousness (2011) (4)
- Quantum concepts in space and time. Proceedings of the Third Oxford Symposium on Quantum Gravity, held at Oxford, UK, March 1984 (1986) (4)
- Lecture in Honour of Leopold Infeld (Extended Outline only) Spinors in General Relativity (1999) (3)
- 5. Twistor Geometry of Conformal Infinity (2002) (3)
- Roger Penrose : Collected works (2009) (3)
- Foundations of Space and Time: The Big Bang, quantum gravity and black-hole information loss (2012) (3)
- Twistor Theory as an Approach to Fundamental Physics (2018) (3)
- THE ARITHMETICAL PARADOX: THE ONENESS OF MIND (1992) (3)
- Spinors and Space-Time: Fields in space-time (1984) (3)
- An emperor still without mind (1993) (3)
- Time-Asymmetry, Cosmological Uniformity and Space-Time Singularities (1982) (3)
- The twistor approach to space-time structures (2005) (3)
- Einstein's Vision and the Mathematics of the Natural World (1979) (3)
- Conserved Quantities and Conformal Structure in General Relativity (1967) (3)
- Limits of Artificial Intelligence@@@The Emperor's New Mind (1990) (3)
- Reminiscences of Christopher Strachey (2000) (3)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Twistors (1986) (3)
- Cosmology of Consciousness: Quantum Physics & Neuroscience of Mind (2011) (3)
- LARES satellite thermal forces and a test of general relativity (2016) (3)
- Is Conscious Awareness Consistent with Space-Time Descriptions? (1994) (2)
- On Space and Time: Preface (2008) (2)
- Spacetime Topology, Causal Structure and Singularities (2006) (2)
- THE PRINCIPLE OF OBJEGTIVATION (1992) (2)
- Conquering Complexity (2012) (2)
- Energy and Its Definition in General Relativity (1986) (2)
- Mathematical Physics in the 20th and 21st Centuries? (1998) (2)
- Geodesic Motion in General Relativity:. Lares in Earth's Gravity (2013) (2)
- The role of gravity in quantum state reduction (1994) (2)
- Strings with a twist (2004) (2)
- Algorithms and Turing Machines (1989) (2)
- Some Remarks on Twistor Theory (1999) (2)
- Spinors and Space-Time: Spinors and world-tensors (1984) (2)
- Spinors and Space-Time: The geometry of world-vectors and spin-vectors (1984) (2)
- EPILOGUE. ON DETERMINISM AND FREE WILL (1992) (2)
- Mass and angular momentum at the quasi-local level in general relativity (1984) (2)
- The Need for a Non-computational Extension of Quantum Action in the Brain (1997) (2)
- Singularities and big-bang cosmology (1988) (1)
- COLLIDING PLANE WAVES IN GENERAL RELATIVITY (1995) (1)
- Gluing Non-commutative Twistor Spaces (2021) (1)
- 2. Causality and Chronology (1972) (1)
- Form, not substance, the fundamental concept (1996) (1)
- What is Life?: THE PRINCIPLE OF OBJECTIVATION (2012) (1)
- THE MYSTERY OF THE SENSUAL QUALITIES (1992) (1)
- On the Gravitization of Quantum Mechanics 1: Quantum State Reduction (2014) (1)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: Foreword (2014) (1)
- On the Cohomology of Imposible Figure (1991) (1)
- Light Cones (2020) (1)
- Mathematics of the Universe (1974) (1)
- Recent advances in global general relativity: A brief survey (1979) (1)
- Dragging of Inertial Frames, Fundamental Physics and Satellite Laser Ranging (2014) (1)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: The Ionian Enlightenment (1996) (1)
- Directions in General Relativity: An Example of Indeterminacy in the Time-Development of “Already Unified Field Theory”: A Collision between Electomagnetic Plane Waves (1993) (1)
- Introduction: science at the turn of the millennium (1999) (1)
- Extended Regge trajectories (1978) (1)
- Chandrasekhar on black holes (1983) (1)
- On Space and Time edited by Shahn Majid (2008) (1)
- Quantum Gravity. Oxford Symposium, Chilton, February 15-16, 1974 (1975) (1)
- Singularities and time's arrow (1979) (1)
- On Attempting to Model the Mathematical Mind (2016) (1)
- The nature of time (2008) (1)
- Polarization of waves (2014) (1)
- The General Theory of Relativity (1976) (1)
- Numerical relativity by power series (1985) (1)
- What is Life?: THE ARITHMETICAL PARADOX: THE ONENESS OF MIND (1992) (1)
- Towards an Objective Physics of Bell Nonlocality: Palatial Twistor Theory (2016) (1)
- Twistor Theory: A Geometric Perspective for Describing the Physical World (2021) (1)
- Reason destroys itself (2008) (1)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: The Atomists (1996) (0)
- Some developments in twistors and space-time (2006) (0)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Preface (1984) (0)
- Reason 6: Reason eats itself (2008) (0)
- Science and the Mind (1998) (0)
- EXTRACT 10 – A Spinor Approach to General Relativity† (1973) (0)
- Singularities and Bing-Bang cosmology (1988) (0)
- CHAPTER Two. Structure of Spacetime Singularities (2010) (0)
- THE HEREDITARY MECHANISM (1992) (0)
- The Universe in a Single Atom , the Dalai Lama (2006) (0)
- Aspects of General Relativity (1977) (0)
- On the Nature of Mathematical Judgement Reply to Penrose (1990) (0)
- Filling the plane (1987) (0)
- Quantum Mechanics: Foundations (2006) (0)
- Appendix A. Mathematical Appendix (2016) (0)
- Stephen Hawking (2018) (0)
- THE QUANTUM-MECHANICAL EVIDENCE (1992) (0)
- The nature of our “models” (1996) (0)
- Before the Big Bang? A Novel Resolution of a Profound Cosmological Puzzle (2007) (0)
- In {2 2} vacuums, the null-datum on null rays is exactlyr−5 (1995) (0)
- 8. Singularity Theorems (1972) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: The Pulsating Universe (1993) (0)
- 7. Geodesics as Maximal Curves (1972) (0)
- The religion of Xenophanes. Heraclitus of Ephesus (1996) (0)
- Would physical indeterminacy give free will a chance (1996) (0)
- Necessary Conditions (2020) (0)
- Reply to “A comment on “A test of general relativity using the LARES and LAGEOS satellites and a GRACE Earth gravity model, by I. Ciufolini et al.”” (2018) (0)
- Response time (2004) (0)
- The Cyclic Universe (2020) (0)
- Cosmic Imprints? (2020) (0)
- Aperiodic Order: Foreword (2013) (0)
- Battling Onwards (2020) (0)
- Special Features (2014) (0)
- 1 8 Ja n 20 00 Drawing with Complex Numbers (2000) (0)
- BOOKS, 1987–1996 (2021) (0)
- Chandrasekhar and the End of Time (1997) (0)
- The makeshift of wave mechanics (1996) (0)
- Spinors and Space-Time: Abstract indices and spinor algebra (1984) (0)
- Quantum models of space-time based on recoupling theory (1984) (0)
- 5. Domains of Dependence (1972) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: The Woodcarver (1993) (0)
- Aeons Before the Big Bang (2009) (0)
- General Relativity: Overview (2006) (0)
- Gödel, relativity, and mind (2007) (0)
- Gluing Noncommutative Twistor Spaces (2020) (0)
- A Part of the Previous Lecture which Mr Tompkins slept through (1993) (0)
- O ct 2 01 9 A new laser-ranged satellite for General Relativity and Space Geodesy (2019) (0)
- A radical change in our ideas of matter (1996) (0)
- The practical achievements of science tending to obliterate its true import (1996) (0)
- The Professor's Lecture on Curved Space, Gravity and the universe (1993) (0)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: The intricacy of the continuum (1996) (0)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: The bar to prediction, according to Niels Bohr (1996) (0)
- Continuous description and causality (1996) (0)
- The alleged break-down of the barrier between subject and object (1996) (0)
- The dark Universe (2008) (0)
- Open Discussion: E. Amaldi, Chairman (1980) (0)
- Spinors and Space-Time: Differentiation and curvature (1984) (0)
- 3. Properties of Pasts and Futures (1972) (0)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: Atoms or quanta–the counter-spell of old standing, to escape the intricacy of the continuum (1996) (0)
- The Nature of Space and Time Two relativists present their distinctive views on the universe , its evolution and the impact of quantum theory (2009) (0)
- The Classical World (1989) (0)
- Inadvertent Success (2020) (0)
- Feeling for Form in Physics (1970) (0)
- Mathematics and Reality (1989) (0)
- On gravitational collapse (1969) (0)
- Twistor Theory, Then and Now (2009) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: Foreword (2012) (0)
- Comments on 'Penrose and mathematical ability' (1992) (0)
- Book-Review - Quantum Concepts in Space and Time (1987) (0)
- Afterword: The Mathematics of William Kingdon Clifford: A Personal Relection (2020) (0)
- On the road with Roger Penrose (2004) (0)
- Time, space and complex geometry (1996) (0)
- Global General Relativity (1979) (0)
- AFTERWORD TO THE 2010 EDITION. The Debate Continues (2010) (0)
- Penrose-Hameroff Quantum Tubulin Electrons , Chiao Gravity Antennas , and Mead Resonance (2003) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: Holes in Nothing (2012) (0)
- 4. A New Physics for the Universe (2016) (0)
- CHAPTER SIX. The Twistor View of Spacetime (2010) (0)
- Stephen William Hawking: A Biographical Memoir (2020) (0)
- SCIENCE AND RELIGION (1992) (0)
- Artificial Intelligence Versus Natural Intelligence (2022) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: Maxwell's Demon (1993) (0)
- On Ricci-flat twistor theory (2002) (0)
- Q.E.D (1997) (0)
- Mr Tompkins in Paperback: The Gay Tribe of Electrons (2012) (0)
- What is Life?: ON DETERMINISM AND FREE WILL (2012) (0)
- Quantum state reduction, and Newtonian twistor theory (2022) (0)
- CHAPTER SEVEN. The Debate (2010) (0)
- General introduction (1979) (0)
- CHAPTER FOUR. Quantum Theory and Spacetime (2010) (0)
- Mysteries and False Explanations (2020) (0)
- THE BIGGEST ENIGMA (1992) (0)
- Nature and the Greeks and Science and Humanism: The spiritual bearing of science on life (1996) (0)
- The Pulsating Universe (1993) (0)
- Title: the Emperor'snew Mind concerning Computers, Minds and the Laws of Physics (2009) (0)
- 4. Global Causality Conditions (1972) (0)
- Book-Review - Quantum Gravity 2 (1982) (0)
- What is Life?: THE FUTURE OF UNDERSTANDING (2012) (0)
- Massive Headaches (2020) (0)
- The Big Bang and its Dark-Matter Content: Whence, Whither, and Wherefore (2018) (0)
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- On the Gravitization of Quantum Mechanics 2: Conformal Cyclic Cosmology (2013) (0)
- Cosmic thoughts (2022) (0)
- The Stuff of ConsciousnessMind, Brain and the Quantum.The Emperor's New Mind (1990) (0)
- 6. The Space of Causal Curves (1972) (0)
- Spinors and Space–Time: Conformal infinity (1986) (0)
- Truth, Proof, and Insight (1989) (0)
- Considering Entropy (2020) (0)
- Stephen William Hawking CH CBE. 8 January 1942—14 March 2018 (2019) (0)
- A test of general relativity using the LARES and LAGEOS satellites and a GRACE Earth gravity model (2016) (0)
- Antony Gormley: Aperture (2010) (0)
- Mr Tompkins Tastes a Japanese Meal (1993) (0)

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