Hoyle, Sir Fred (1915–2001)

Definition

Astronomy

  • British astronomer and cosmologist best-known as one of the founders of the steady-state theory of the universe, with Bondi and Gold. Also proselytised the view that an influx of biological material from space is significant in terrestrial evolution and the spread of infectious disease, and written science fiction.
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