Einstein's Universe: A Guide to the Theory of Relativity

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Penguin, 1990 - Science - 254 pages
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The author assesses Einstein's vision and discusses such questions as how a black hole can keep you young and why a falling person feels no force of gravity. From the author of Spaceship Earth and Violent Universe.

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User Review  - Ajitabh Pandey - Goodreads

http://ajitabhpandey.info/2014/08/einsteins-universe/ An excellent book written for ordinary people who want to understand about Einstein's ideas on universe. Written in a very simple language and no ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pippa - Goodreads

This was one of the most exciting books I have ever read. It made me realise, when I was very young that I did have a passionate interest in science (which hadn't been awoken by school science lessons ... Read full review


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Niger Calder is the author of Marine Diesel Engines (1987, 1991) and Boatowner's Mechanical and Electrical Manual (1989, 1995), the success of which has made him the most sought-after marine how-to writer in the U.S. and U.K. He has published more than 800 magazine articles in SAIL, Cruising World, Ocean Navigator, Yachting World, etc., and lectures on cruising to sell-out crowds. He is also the author of The Cruising Guide to The Northwest Caribbean (IM, 1991) and Cuba: A Cruising Guide (Imray, 1996). He will be testing his newest ideas with his family during a six-month cruise to the Caribbean and South America this winter.

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