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Demystifying physics-and the man who personified it. Einstein's face is on T-shirts and posters and his name is synonymous with atomic energy and scientific genius. But to understand this individual who not only had great knowledge but great wisdom, we must examine his philosophy of life-and physics. € New and updated information about Einstein's life € Analysis of recen...more
Published April 6th 2004 by Alpha (first published October 4th 1999)
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I can’t say that I understand Einstein’s theories a whole lot better than I did before, but his life was fascinating. The lives and thoughts of the other intellectuals he interacted with were also mind expanding.
Some of the books in this kind of series are actually well-written and useful. In this case we have an overview of Einstein's science starting with the ancient Greeks and continuing past Einstein's death in 1955. The design includes sidebars that are very helpful in understanding the science. This book also covers Einstein's biography including much about his life and work outside of science. It can serve either as a very good introduction to physics and related sciences or as a starting point for...more
Not entirely about Einstein, but a deeply interesting and well-written book. The author is good at putting Einstein's discoveries in a grand context, starting with the classical physics of Newton and Kepler. This is a good general book for some aspects of science history. But hey, the copy editor here didn't check the spelling of 'Schrodinger', as in the guy that made the 'Schrodinger's Cat' critique of one school of quantum mechanics. It's mispelled here about a dozen times as sort of a Charlie...more
This is a good book for introducing young people to the works of Albert Einstein. The book surveys his life, but also explains his contributions in an accessible manner. This is not a math book, so the depth of it only goes so far into physics. Nonetheless, if all you have heard about Einstein is E=MC2, then you will be astounded by the work that Einstein accomplished in his lifetime.
I love the 'Dummies' and 'Idiots' books. You can learn enough to decide if you want to explore a subject further or simply be motivated to read more about a particular event or piece of information you've been newly introduced to. This was a fantastic book, well written and entertaining as well as educational....more
Fun little book...cool facts...and a good distraction from the day. Enjoy it an learn that one of the greatest minds was also very attuned to the practical and that resulted in elegant thoughts. Something most leaders should consider....practial and elegant thought.