Albert Einstein: The Man Behind the Theories
Albert Einstein: The Man Behind the Theories is a biography of the German-born theoretical physicist who revolutionized the world with his theory of relativity and his mass-energy equivalence, better known as E = mc2. Einstein's special theory of relativity reconciled mechanics with electromagnetism and created a new theory of gravitation with his general theory of relativity. Not only was Einstein a prolific physicist, but he was also a prolific writer with over fifty published scientific papers and also non-scientific books to his credit. Albert Einstein: The Man Behind the Theories is a highly recommended publication for those who are interested in learning about the life of Albert Einstein.
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