Relativity Visualized

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Insight Press, 1985 - Science - 199 pages
7 Reviews
Perfect for those interested in physics but who are not physicists or mathematicians, this book makes relativity so simple that a child can understand it. By replacing equations with diagrams, the book allows non-specialist readers to fully understand the concepts in relativity without the slow, painful progress so often associated with a complicated scientific subject. It allows readers not only to know how relativity works, but also to intuitively understand it.

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Review: Relativity Visualized: The Gold Nugget of Relativity Books

User Review  - Andy Aakhus-Witt - Goodreads

This is excellent physics discussion without many equations. An interesting quote from it too: "Physics is actually a religion. A religion is based upon articles (axioms) of unproved faith. In physics ... Read full review

Review: Relativity Visualized: The Gold Nugget of Relativity Books

User Review  - Abe Goolsby - Goodreads

This book is a really fun explanation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity. The tone is quite whimsical and there are delightful and helpful illustrations on every page. Having your brain warped was ... Read full review

Contents

Table of Contents
1
In the Day of the JEther
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Summary
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Copyright

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Epstein is a physics and astronomy professor.

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