The Cults of Relativity: Finding Einstein, Twain and a Universe Beyond E

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Hellgate Press, 2008 - Science - 193 pages
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Have you ever wanted someone to explain the Theory of Relativity to you in a way that's honest and easy to understand? The Cults of Relativity does just that, playfully explaining parallel universes, the warping of time and how Einstein derived E=mc2. Then it blasts off into the deep unknown. From there, you'll look back to see a world where some cults gather to worship statistics, while others worship a remarkable prophecy called Cem. And your guides for this journey? Albert Einstein, Mark Twain and an impressive list of physicists, physicians, philosophers...and liars. The Cults of Relativity presents a new view of our universe and is a must-read for those wishing to explore the outer edges of science.

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The only reason I read this book is that is was a gift. But what a gift. This book is perfect for those who want to explore Dark Energy Quantum Me4chanics and relativity. BUT more that that it ... Read full review

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The Cults of Relativity – Finding Einstein, Twain and a Universe Beyond E = mc2, presents you with a whole new view of our universe and challenges everything we have learned in the past. For anyone ... Read full review


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Drake Larson farms organic grapes and cut flowers in Southern California. His time as a physics and math major at UCLA gave him an insider's passion for many of the curiosities surrounding Relativity and statistics. He lives with his family in La Quinta, California.

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