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Einstein: Decoding the Universe by Francoise…

Einstein: Decoding the Universe

by Francoise Balibar

Series: Discoveries

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Very informative book on the life and work of Einstein. Many photographs and easy to read text makes this book fun to read and learn. ( )
  illustrationfan | Feb 13, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810929805, Paperback)

This multidimensional portrait of one of the greatest physicists who ever lived explains Einstein’s groundbreaking scientific discoveries with exceptional clarity and explores the interwoven threads of his personal, political, and professional life. Photographs and colorful models of his exciting theories illustrate a riveting narrative that celebrates Einstein’s genius and humanism.

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Physicist, mathematician, astronomer, humanist - Albert Einstein was so radical a thinker that his brilliance is still difficult to grasp. This thought-provoking volume explains Einstein's work in plain language and examines one of the most remarkable figures of all time.… (more)

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