An old man's toy: gravity at work and play in Einstein's universe

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Macmillan, 1990 - Science - 272 pages
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Discusses current theories about the role of gravity in the universe, and summarizes Einstein's contributions to modern understanding of its nature

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An old man's toy: gravity at work and play in Einstein's universe

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Among the numerous authors who have written popularizations of contemporary physics, none is better than Zee at explaining things simply. Saying that "Physics began with gravity, and it may end with ... Read full review

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Out of print but thanks to amazon you can still find it. Great way to learn about quantum mechanics if you're not entirely science-oriented. And well written (for a scientist). Read full review

Contents

THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE
47
STRUCTURES OUT OF THE VOID
103
THE MYSTERY OF GRAVITY
189
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