Physics for the rest of us: ten basic ideas of twentieth-century physics that everyone should know-- and how they have shaped our culture and consciousness

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Contemporary Books, 1992 - Science - 371 pages
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Offers a humanistic and cultural view of modern physics

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User Review  - Riyadad Ullah - Goodreads

Brilliant book. I wouldn't say its difficult to read, but it certainly makes you think and requires that you're actively engaged, not exactly a bedtime read. It makes you realize how simple some of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas Cole - Goodreads

An excellent read for layman physicist. This book provides the base required for higher level physics books. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
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The Principle of Relativity
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Space and Time
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