Page 14, "This led to qualitatively new results, such as a proof that a certain mathematical proposition is not provable in a particular axiomatic system.", should be "This led to qualitatively new results, such as a proof that a true mathematical proposition is not provable in a particular axiomatic system."

Page 91, lines 1-3: Please ignore these three lines. These vague statements implicitly refer to Chaitin's incompleteness theorem, but give a wrong explanation of it.

Page 109: "We can new reformulate Carter’s famous ‘‘weak’’ and ‘‘strong’’ anthropic principle"; it should be "We can now..."

Page 110: Dicke's quote was cut. It should be: "is not permitted to take on an enormous range of values, but is somewhat limited by the biological requirements to be met during the epoch of man."

Page 184, paragraph (ii) Typo: a period is missing at the end of the paragraph.

page 208, "every strange phenomenon must be assumed natural or artificial unless proven otherwise." Out of context, this sentence may seem self-contradictory, but what I mean is explained perhaps more clearly later, namely to "give equal credence to the hypothesis that some astrophysical phenomenon may be natural as to the hypothesis that it may be artificial." (p210).