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  • Anthropic

    of or relating to human beings or their span of existence on earth. Contemporary Examples This observation has led to one of the most divisive points in modern physics: the anthropic principle. The 6 Smartest Ideas From Stephen Hawking’s New Book Joshua Robinson September 9, 2010 Historical Examples Those in the lower of the anthropic […]

  • Anthropic principle

    noun (astronomy) the cosmological theory that the presence of life in the universe limits the ways in which the very early universe could have evolved Contemporary Examples This observation has led to one of the most divisive points in modern physics: the anthropic principle. The 6 Smartest Ideas From Stephen Hawking’s New Book Joshua Robinson […]



  • Anthropo-

    a learned borrowing from Greek meaning “human,” used in the formation of compound words: anthropometry. combining form indicating man or human: anthropology, anthropomorphism before a vowel, anthrop-, word-forming element meaning “pertaining to man or human beings,” from comb. form of Greek anthropos “man, human being” (sometimes also including women) from Attic andra (genitive andros), from […]

  • Anthropocene

    noun the Anthropocene, a proposed term for the present geological epoch (from the time of the Industrial Revolution onwards), during which humanity has begun to have a significant impact on the environment noun a term used to describe the current geological period, starting from the 18th century when human activities began to impact global climate […]



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