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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Einstein (edition 1999)

by Gary Moring (Author)

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Provides readers with an easy-to-understand breakdown of the major theories and advances of physics, what they mean, and how they related to our physical world - then and now. The book introduces these theories in the context of Albert Einstein's tumultuous life.
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Title:The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Einstein
Authors:Gary Moring (Author)
Info:Alpha (1999), Edition: First Edition, 396 pages
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Provides readers with an easy-to-understand breakdown of the major theories and advances of physics, what they mean, and how they related to our physical world - then and now. The book introduces these theories in the context of Albert Einstein's tumultuous life.

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