Einstein: a hundred years of relativity
Andrew Robinson, Bet ha-sefarim ha-leʼumi ṿeha-universiṭaʼi bi-Yerushalayim. Albert Einstein Archives
Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
With contributions from Freeman Dyson, Stephen Hawking, Joco Magueijo, Steven Weinberg, Philip Anderson, Robert Schulmann, Philip Glass, Max Jammer, Sir Joseph Rotblat, I. Bernard Cohen, and Sir Arthur C. Clarke
This definitive illustrated study of one of the foremost icons of the 20th century commemorates the centenary of Albert Einstein's annus mirabilis of 1905, the same year when Einstein, at age 26, published his groundbreaking Special Theory of Relativity, and when the most famous equation in science, E = mc2, was introduced to the world. Here author Andrew Robinson and 11 essayists, including three Nobel laureates, explore every facet of the life and achievements of the great physicist and humanitarian, honored by "Time" magazine in its Millennium issue as "Person of the Century."
As the book explains clearly, Einstein's dramatic papers of 1905 overthrew the Newtonian worldview and revolutionized our understanding of space, time, energy, matter, and light. His work had impact far beyond the field of physics, playing a leading role in the century's technological advances and influencing modernism in every field. Except for his last interview that was previously published, all the essays here are original works written especially for this book. The photographs draw on an exceptional archive Einstein bequeathed to Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
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This book was written in celebration of Einstein's relativity theory (as noted on title) but it was more than that. It's a celebration of the Man. There quite a bit of scientific theories and ... Read full review
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