Relativity for the Layman: A Simplified Account of History, Theory, and Proofs of Relativity

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William-Frederick Press, 1954 - Relativity (Physics) - 131 pages
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My dad purchased this book for me to read when I was 16 year old. We were on a 2 week camping trip from Georgia to the west cost. It held my interest 56 years ago and sparked a life long interest in science. I don't think it was written as a collage text book. I think it was written to be easily understood by the layman. 


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