God's Equation: Einstein, Relativity, and the Expanding Universe

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MJF BOOKS, Dec 12, 1999 - Cosmology - 236 pages
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Review: God's Equation: Einstein, Relativity, and the Expanding Universe

User Review  - Sybilla Archer - Goodreads

I'm quite taken with anything that makes me think a bit, and Dr. Aczel's books do this. I'm not a scholar by any means - in fact, some of this stuff I didn't even know. But he does a decent job of explaining it, though sometimes the prose itself is a bit flat. I'll read others. Read full review

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User Review  - dejah_thoris - Goodreads

Can't help but love reading about Einstein and Aczel's lucid explanations of the seriously complex world of non-Euclidean geometry and advanced physics really helped clarify some theories I've read about previously. Read full review

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Amir D. Aczel, Ph.D. grew up on a ship and was navigating straits in the Mediterranean long before he could drive a car. The author of Fermat's Last Theorem, God's Equation, The Mystery of the Aleph, and Probability 1, he lives with his wife and daughter in the Boston area and teaches at Bentley College.

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