6 edition of The Fascinating Life and Theory of Einstein found in the catalog.
September 5, 2004 by AuthorHouse .
Written in English
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The first part of the book, Chapters 1 to 7, gives a concise outline of Einstein's life and accomplishments with many anecdotes to keep readers interested. The second part deals with his theory. Chapters 8 through 13 present the derivations of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and equations using high school : Paperback.
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The Theory of Relativity is a masterpiece of science that greatly increased our understanding of the universe and profoundly influenced our world. This book has simple derivations of his theory. The first part of the book, Chapters 1 to 7, gives a concise outline of Einstein's life and accomplishments with many anecdotes to keep readers interested.
The second part deals with his theory. Chapters 8 through 13 present the derivations of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and equations using high school : The first part of the book, Chapters 1 to 7, gives a concise outline of Einstein’s life and accomplishments with many anecdotes to keep readers interested.
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The first part of the book, Chapters 1 to 7, gives a concise outline of Einstein's life and accomplishments with many anecdotes to keep readers interested. The second part deals with his theory. Chapters 8 through 13 present the derivations of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and equations using high school algebra.
In this splendidly lucid and profusely illustrated book, a Nobel laureate relates the fascinating story of Einstein, the general and special theories of relativity, and the scientists before and since who influenced relativity's genesis and development. Eschewing technical terms in.
The thesis of Einstein: The Life and Times is that Albert Einstein was both the preeminent physicist of our age and a saint.
The first claim - Einstein's genius - is manifestly true. Einstein single-handedly established four of the foundational principles of modern physics (statistical mechanics, space-time equivalence, photon quantization, and /5. This is a fascinating account of two great scientists of the 20th century: Einstein and Heisenberg, discoverers, respectively, of the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics.
It connects the histor. Home / Historical Fiction / The Other Einstein: A Novel. The Other Einstein: A Novel. but it’s a fascinating look behind the scenes of the famed physicist’s life and an even more fascinating look at this sharp-minded woman determined to go against convention.
History is as relative as time; it is the story written by the victor of an. This book was a very useful book to read if it is hard for you to read the bigger version of Einstein.
This book has more information about the scientists that helped make the Einsteins theories. Also the many different small factors of /5. Einstein in Bohemia is a spellbinding portrait of the city that touched Einstein’s life in unexpected ways—and of the gifted young scientist who left his mark on the science, literature, and politics of Prague.
Michael Gordin’s narrative is a masterfully crafted account of a person encountering a particular place at a specific moment in time. As well as detailing Einstein's life, Walter Isaacson also does a sound job of explaining, in simplified terms, the background to much of Einstein's scientific endeavours, including quantum physics, relativity, and his unsuccessful search for a unified field theory to unite gravitation with electromagnetism/5(K).
One of these historians is Michael Gordin, whose fascinating new book, Einstein in Bohemia, demands we take seriously the idea that Albert Einstein himself was once just another physicist.
A book. As a PhD scientist I found that the book was a tremendous blend of not only the facts of his life but also a glimpse of how different the scientific world was in the early 's, how the public perceived science and the breadth of Einstein's life, accomplisments and goals.
Mr. Isaacson succeeds in showing all sides of Einstein: his genius, his philosophy, his politics, his flaws, his virtues. An amazingly well documented book. I love how the principles of Einstein's physics are explained to the layman. Hard concepts such as quantum mechanics and relativity without being obscured by advanced mathematics/5().
The philosophy of religion and the quest for spiritual truth preoccupied Albert Einstein--so much that it has been said "one might suspect he was a disguised theologian." Nevertheless, the literature on the life and work of Einstein, extensive as it is, does not provide an adequate account of his religious conception and sentiments.
Only fragmentarily known, 5/5(2). As well as detailing Einstein's life, Walter Isaacson also does a sound job of explaining, in simplified terms, the background to much of Einstein's scientific endeavours, including quantum physics, relativity, and his unsuccessful search for a unified field theory to unite gravitation with electromagnetism/5(K).
Steven Gimbel’s biography presents Einstein in the context of the world he lived in, offering a fascinating portrait of a remarkable individual who remained actively engaged in international affairs throughout his life.
Einstein and the Quantum reveals for the first time the full significance of Albert Einstein’s contributions to quantum theory. Einstein famously rejected quantum mechanics, observing that God does not play dice. But, in fact, he thought more about the nature of atoms, molecules, and the emission and absorption of light—the core of what we now know as quantum theory—than.
Unfortunately, “Einstein’s Monsters” lacks an interesting story to hold it together. Without a narrative structure the book comes across. the mathematical problems for me";4 and so they lived happily ever after in the world of the historical romance; and unfortunately, in some papers that quoted this last sentence.
Overbye quotes a dubious source, Im Schatten Albert Einsteins: Das tragische Leben der Mileva Einstein-Marić (In the Shadow of Albert Einstein: The Tragic Life of Mileva Marić), which was translated.
Einstein's theory of relativity. The reader is assumed to have but little mathematical knowledge. Topics covered includes: Geometry and Cosmology, The Fundamental Laws of Classical Mechanics, The Newtonian World-System, The Fundamental Laws of Optics, The Fundamental Laws of Electrodynamics and Einstein's Special Principle of Relativity.
Book: Relativity: The Special and General Theory Author: Albert Einstein, – First published: The original book is in the public domain in the United States.
However, since Einstein died init may still be under copyright in many other countries, for example, those that use the life of the author + 60 yearsFile Size: 1MB.
This book is author Janna Levin's authoritative account of that discovery, relaying the complex and fascinating science behind Einstein's most radical experiment. At #5, "The Vital Question" is a clever synthesis of a new theory, answering why life is the way it is on Earth.
Einstein’s Mystical Ideas Albert Einstein was not only a great scientist but a wise philosopher and a pragmatic “true mystic” “of a deeply religious nature.” (New York Times Obituary, Ap ) Einstein did not believe in a formal, dogmatic religion, but was religiously and reverently awed and humbled with a cosmic religious feeling by the immense beauty and eternal mystery.
His name is synonymous with "genius," but these essays by the renowned physicist and scholar are accessible to any reader. In addition to outlining the core of relativity theory in everyday language, Albert Einstein presents fascinating discussions of other scientific fields to which he made significant contributions.
"An utterly fascinating life of a great scientist, full of new insights and very readable." --Ashley MontaguHis name is synonymous with genius. His work helped shape the twentieth century and point the way toward the next.
In the more than forty years since his death, Albert Einstein has continued to intrigue and inspire new generations. Now, in the first full-scale biography of 5/5(1). Born in Germany inAlbert Einstein is one of the most celebrated scientists of the Twentieth Century. His theories on relativity laid the framework for a new branch of physics, and Einstein’s E = mc 2 on mass-energy equivalence is one of the most famous formulas in the world.
Inhe was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his contributions to theoretical physics and the. His fascinating story is a testament to the connection between creativity and freedom. Based on newly released personal letters of Einstein, this book explores how an imaginative, impertinent patent clerk -- a struggling father in a difficult marriage who couldn't get a teaching job or a doctorate -- became the mind reader of the creator of the.
In the tradition of The Paris Wife and Mrs. Poe, The Other Einstein offers us a window into a brilliant, fascinating woman whose light was lost in Einstein’s enormous is the story of Einstein’s wife, a brilliant physicist in her own right, whose contribution to the special theory of relativity is hotly debated and may have been inspired by her own profound and very personal.
The author has incredible knowledge of Einstein's life and a good grasp of the physics that made Einstein famous. It is bewildering that anyone can write such a comprehensive work.
I see the author is/was also the CEO of CNN. Quite an extraordinary panoply of talent. The book is fascinating and at no point does it leave you cold/5(K).
sibility. Could the theory of relativity actually have been conceived by ‘the other Einstein’. In this fascinating and thoughtful novel, we learn that this is more than possible.” —B.
Shapiro, New York Times bestselling author of The Art Forger and The Muralist “This is a must-read. Loved it.”File Size: 1MB. THE OTHER EINSTEIN is the story of Einstein’s wife, a brilliant physicist in her own right, whose contribution to the special theory of relativity is hotly debated and may have been inspired by her own profound and very personal insight.
About Einstein’s War. The birth of a world-changing idea in the middle of a bloodbath Einstein’s War is a riveting exploration of both the beauty of scientific creativity and enduring horrors of human nature.
These two great forces battle in a story that culminates with a victory now a century old, the mind bending theory of general relativity. In Einstein in Bohemia, Michael Gordin provides a meticulously researched, accessible, and fascinating portrait of Einstein, filtered.
A century after his great triumphs, we are still living in Einstein's universe, one defined on the macro scale by his theory of relativity and on the micro scale by a quantum mechanics that has.
Buy a cheap copy of Einstein. His Life and Universe book by Walter Isaacson. As a scientist, Albert Einstein is undoubtedly the most epic among 20th-century thinkers.
Albert Einstein as a man, however, has been a much harder portrait to Free shipping over $/5(5). Describe the book: THE OTHER EINSTEIN is an easy-to-read book based on the premise that Mileva Marie, Albert Einstein's wife, was responsible, in great part, for his theory of relativity which won him the Nobel Prize.
Although this is the premise, the story also deals with the low status of women and their educational and life expectations. It brings to our attention the fascinating life of Claude Shannon, considered by his colleagues to be the Einstein of our information age. It is a story we should all know, and it is a read that you all will enjoy.” (Martin J.
Sherwin, coauthor (with Kai Bird) of the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, American Prometheus: The Triumph and. Albert Einstein's 5 favorite books. photo: Wikimedia.
Good books to read recommended by the scientist “Don Quijote” by Cervantes Saavedra –from “Quest” by Leopold Infeld. Much reading and book-learning can drive you to try and become one of the characters in your favorite novels.
This is what happens to Don Quixote, who attempts.In the tradition of The Aviator's Wife and Z: A Novel, the little-known story of Einstein's partner in life and work. Mileva Einstein, a brilliant physicist in her own right, undoubtedly contributed to her husband's work, but in this biographical novel Benedict wonders if that collaboration was much stronger than anyone suspected.
Publication date October 18 Einstein: A life in Science is a biography that covers Albert Einstein's entire life and his entire life's work. It explains his scientific papers in an easy way that everyone can understand. Einstein was born in in Germany into an intellectual family.
His parents had a great influence on him at a young age by encouraging him to think by: