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“Cox and Forshaw make a good point in stating that space, time, and even nature are contained within the equation…Although the theory might be tricky, the authors show they understand readers are not on their level. By going one step at a time, the buildup ensures each chuck is absorbed slowly rather than all at once.”
Why Does E=mc²? (And Why Should We Care?)
by Brian Cox is easily the best book I've ever read about special and general relativity targeted at the general reader. Read more
This book doesn't answer the question it poses. Instead, it explains that E=mc2 and breaks down its components to explain how the formula balances and what that means for nuclear... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bart
This is utter nonsense: It is claimed that when one writes the theorem of Pythagoras, which is ALWAYS given by r^2=x^2+y^2 where x^2>0 and y^>0 so that r^2 , which is the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Oracle
Found it interesting and enjoyable. Not exactly the kind of thing for a lazy Saturday afternoon, but excellently written for the curious cats like me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A very good introduction to the subject for the scientifically challenged (illiterate /)Published 2 months ago by Terence McManus
Good reading physics. The formulas are hard to read because they are in very small type.Published 3 months ago by Juan Carlos Scarpati
The plan for this book is to do almost all the explaining with no hard math.
The aim was true. Nothing harder than the a square + b square equals c square of Pythagoras... Read more