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Anthony Rizzi is a physicist with degrees from MIT (B.S., phys.) and Princeton (PhD, phys.) with over 20 years combined experience in experimental and theoretical physics, including solving an 80 year old problem in Einstein’s theory. He also has made important contributions to the Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (LIGO) in Louisiana, has taught graduate courses at LSU, and has done research on manned and unmanned mars spacecrafts. As a staff physicist and design engineer at Lockheed-Martin, he received a NASA Award and a New Technology Award. He now directs the Institute for Advanced Physics in Baton Rouge, LA (www.IAPweb.org), where he continues his gravity wave related research. Dr Rizzi has been featured on EWTN, Focus Worldwide Network, Catholic World Report, Zenit News Agency and Relevant Radio.
THE definitive work on how Science actually originated, the various personalities involved, the controversies, and cogent discussion on True Science, vs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Phelps
A tough read for me. I found it hard to follow at times. Very deep philosophical reading (at least for my scientific mind).Published 4 months ago by Mark A. Capuano
Highly recommended by very well qualified instructor of Physics!Published 6 months ago by Mary P. Yost
Not being a scientist or a physics major, I found this book to be tough going most of the time. The terms, science and ideas in it took some time to grapple with before I was able... Read morePublished 8 months ago by TreeBoyMadness
There is such a great tendency in our culture to simplify day-to-day existence by way of the tropes of science, that I am not drawn to critiquing too heavily an effort that seeks... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Peter P. Fuchs
Dr. Ben Carson recommended this book---
it is slow reading for me, but worth the dig!