Relativity Visualized

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Insight Press, 1985 - Science - 199 pages
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Perfect for those interested in physics but who are not physicists or mathematicians, this book makes relativity so simple that a child can understand it. By replacing equations with diagrams, the book allows non-specialist readers to fully understand the concepts in relativity without the slow, painful progress so often associated with a complicated scientific subject. It allows readers not only to know how relativity works, but also to intuitively understand it.

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It, like, takes the most difficult concepts ever thought and makes nice little easily-understood cartoons out of them. And it succeeds. Awesome little book. Read full review

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1
In the Day of the JEther
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Summary
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Epstein is a physics and astronomy professor.

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