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Einstein's Cosmos

How Albert Einstein's Vision Transformed Our Understanding of Space and Time

By Michio

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| Paperback | 9780753819043

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Few figures loom as large as Albert Einstein in our contemporary culture. It is truly remarkable that a man from such humble beginnings, an unemployed dreamer without a future or a job, who was written off by his professors as a hopeless loser, could Continue

Few figures loom as large as Albert Einstein in our contemporary culture. It is truly remarkable that a man from such humble beginnings, an unemployed dreamer without a future or a job, who was written off by his professors as a hopeless loser, could to dare to scale the heights he reached. In this enlightening book Michio Kaku reasseses Einstein's work by centering on his three great theories - special relativity, general relativity and the Unified Field Theory. The first yielded the equation E =mc^2 which is now such a fixture in our culture that it is practically a ubiquitous slogan. But the subsequent theories led to the Big Bang theory and have changed irrevocably the way we perceive time and space. Michio Kaku gives a new, refreshing look at the pioneering work of Einstein, giving a more accurate portrayal of his enduring legacy than previous biographies. As today's advanced physicists continue their intense search to fulfill Einstein's most cherished dream, a 'theory of everything', he is recognised as a prophet who set the agenda for modern physics.

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  • English Books
  • Paperback 320 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 075381904X
  • ISBN-13: 9780753819043
  • Publisher: Phoenix Press
  • Publish date: 2005-12-01
  • Dimensions: 110 mm x 825 mm x 1,270 mm Just how big is that?
  • Also available as: Hardcover
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