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Einsteins Universum by Nigel Calder
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Einsteins Universum (original 1979; edition 1982)

by Nigel Calder

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Without using mathematics, the theory of relativity is explained.
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Title:Einsteins Universum
Authors:Nigel Calder
Info:Brombergs Bokforlag (1982), Hardcover
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Einstein's Universe by Nigel Calder (1979)

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Blew my mind. ( )
  Brendan.H | Jul 21, 2013 |
Clear explanations of both of Einstein's theories, and why they are so important. Reading the 1979 version also gives a startling picture of how far our knowledge has advanced. ( )
  JudiY | Sep 28, 2012 |
Excellent explanation of general and special relativity. Calder does something no else does and starts with general relativity, which seems weird at first but actually makes sense (since special relativity is the "special" case).
  rameau | Aug 3, 2011 |
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Galaxies, stars, planets and now spaceships rush about the universe, and we have a sense of time passing because the positions of objects change.
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Question: If there's no
objective space, please explain
what I'm sitting in.

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Photons wing through space
with constant velocity...
if you're inertial.

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