This is a great follow-on to Six Easy Pieces.
Feynman actually explains the problems with Newton's laws and actually derives and gives the reasoning for Einstein's theories about relativity.
For the layman who has a mathematical background and wants to understand the concept of relativity, this book is an excellent help.
Whereas Six Easy Pieces was a well-written physics primer for lay readers, Six Not-So-Easy Pieces reads like a poorly conceived text book. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Garrett Mccutcheon
Feynman is known for his ability to present difficult subjects in a way that is easier to understand, while retaining the full content of knowledge. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Smith
Although originally intended for physics students, Richard Feynman's writing is so clear, so understandable, that non-scientists can learn a great deal. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AllenAnway
Although I struggled with some of the math, this was still an interesting read. Feynman articulated his examples well and provided sufficient details to understand the concepts... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Holly Irvan
While this presentation is for non-technical people, it does take some focus to understand the concepts. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Heivilin
This is subject I have a strong curiosity for. Mr. Feynman makes it easy for a not so accomplished student of Phtsics.Published 15 months ago by Mo A Ansari
This is a great follow-on to Six Easy Pieces. Where that book left off, this one continues in the same fashion.Published 18 months ago by W. Richter
Both Einstein and Feynman were both revolutionaries.
That's what scientific progress needs: REVOLUTIONARIES
Not a lot of small minds and souls, writing dull... Read more