Relativity [Über die spezielle und die allgemeine Relativitätstheorie. Engl.] 
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User Review  iSatyajeet  www.librarything.comFor me, the best part was the paradoxes. Einstein uses lot of paradoxes to explain his ideas, and they are strikingly amazing! Translator did a good job in making it readable for people who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of theoretical physics. A must read I'd say. Read full review
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User Review  arron_kau  LibraryThingI stand at the window of a railway carriage which is travelling uniformly, and drop a stone on the embankment, without throwing it. Then, disregarding the influence of the air resistance, I see the ... Read full review
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