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Epstein is a little bit like Feynman in its lectures, offering descriptions of nature that are totally at odds with what we are accustomed to read elsewhere. Read morePublished 14 days ago by J Cournoyer
Worth the money. Contains some math and geometry FYI. You have to work through his relatively uncomplicated examples to catch on. Good purchase I think.Published 1 month ago by Chris Ciancio
The author still uses "dumbed down" cartoon figures (I suppose they're unavoidable for special relativity). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Impressed
This is the most amazing book on Relativity ever written. I found myself riveted and, on a few occasions, gasping out loud at the genius of his explanations. Read morePublished 6 months ago by slinkyfish
I finally understand Einstein's special and general theories of relativity - at least more than I did.Published 10 months ago by Wilbur H Highleyman
A fascinating book written for the layman. Highly recommended!Published 11 months ago by Kevin Withers
An unconventional but visual approach to special relativity. thought provokingPublished 15 months ago by Rajesh R Parwani
Not only does the author explain relativity well, but provides insights into time that today's physicists ignore at their peril.Published 22 months ago by QuantumWill