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Editors of Scientific American --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I would recommend this book to anyone interested in the theory of relativity from Einstein's approach.
Put yourself in the right mood: Einstein was a very simple man who was, in writing this book, sincerely interested in explaining his creation to you.
Probably, the latter were in a separate file which they didn't copyright to make it cheaper, anyway it rendered the book useless.
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This was a reasonable presentation of the special and general theories. I am in the process of drafting my rebuttal now.Published 23 days ago by LARRY G.
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fascinating, an exquisite look into the mind of perhaps the greatest preeminent genius of the past millennium!Published 1 month ago by Rosetta
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