Einstein : A Relative History

Einstein : A Relative History

Description

Albert Einstein has been named the most important man of the twentieth century. As we look to understand the true nature of the universe with technological tools that weren't even dreamed of in his lifetime, Einstein's formulae remain our best key for decoding it. Einstein 101 explores both his work and his life-public and private. It also features a fascinating plain-language exploration of his famous "thought experiments," which explain how this extraordinary thinker visualized complex concepts. Accessible to all adults interested in the man, his life, and his work. Dr Donald Goldsmith is the winner of, among many other awards, the 1990 Astronomical Society of the Pacific's Award for Lifetime Achievement in the popularization of astronomy. He won the Physics Science Writing Award in 1986 for Nemesis: The Deathstar and Other Theories of Mass Extinction. Robert Libbon is a veteran writer with a degree in European history. His survey of Instant European History was published in 1996 by Fawcett Books.


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Details

Author(s)
Donald W. Goldsmith, Robert Libbon
Format
Paperback | 212 pages
Dimensions
200 x 200 x 11mm | 438g
Publication date
09 Nov 2005
Publisher
ibooks Inc
Imprint
Milk and Cookies Press
Publication City/Country
New York, United States
Language
English
Edition Statement
Reprint
Illustrations note
b/w photos
ISBN10
1596871466
ISBN13
9781596871465