# Hermann Bondi

## Affiliations: | University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom |

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#### Parents

Sign in to add mentorArthur Stanley Eddington | grad student | Cambridge | |

Harold Jeffreys | grad student | 1944 | University of Cambidge (MathTree) |

#### Children

Sign in to add traineeRoger J. Tayler | grad student | Cambridge | |

Dennis W. Sciama | grad student | 1953 | King's College (London) |

Felix A. E. Pirani | grad student | 1957 | University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) |

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Bondi H. (2004) Statistics don't support cot-death murder theory. Nature. 428: 799 |

Bondi H. (2004) Gravitational waves in general relativity XVI. Standing waves Proceedings of the Royal Society a: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 460: 463-470 |

Bondi H. (1999) How hunger keeps the population down. Nature. 397: 644 |

Bondi H. (1999) The gravitational redshift from static spherical bodies Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 302: 337-340 |

Bondi H, Samuel J. (1997) The Lense-Thirring effect and Mach's principle Physics Letters, Section a: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics. 228: 121-126 |

Bondi H, Rindler W. (1997) An addendum to Birkhoff's theorem General Relativity and Gravitation. 29: 515-517 |

Bondi H. (1997) Keeping a balance [2] Nature. 388: 709 |

Bondi H. (1996) Science as an adventure Physics World. 9: 15-16 |

Bondi H, Gold T, Hoyle F. (1995) Origins of steady-state theory [2] Nature. 373: 10 |

Bondi H. (1995) How clever are we? Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 26: 333-337 |