Einstein

Einstein As much as we all know that E MC was Einstein s important and groundbreaking equation do we really know what it means or why Einstein is regarded as one of history s foremost thinkers In this absorb

  • Title: Einstein
  • Author: MichaelWhite John Gribbin
  • ISBN: 9780743263894
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • As much as we all know that E MC2 was Einstein s important and groundbreaking equation, do we really know what it means or why Einstein is regarded as one of history s foremost thinkers In this absorbing biography, Michael White and John Gribbin reveal the man behind the physics and introduce us to his theories in an accessible and fascinating way With an updated prefaceAs much as we all know that E MC2 was Einstein s important and groundbreaking equation, do we really know what it means or why Einstein is regarded as one of history s foremost thinkers In this absorbing biography, Michael White and John Gribbin reveal the man behind the physics and introduce us to his theories in an accessible and fascinating way With an updated preface for this new edition, EINSTEIN explains how the scientific icon changed our view of the world and why no one can ever hope to understand it without first understanding his work.
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    • Paul Brogan says:

      Two authors — one to cover Einstein's science and another to deal with his personal history — made for an interesting read. They also served to highlight that Einstein was a complicated, almost dualistic person. He was an atheist, but fought for a Jewish homeland; he hated regimentation, yet revelled in the rigour of mathematics; he loved humanity, but wasn't very fond of people; he believed in peace, yet urged Roosevelt to develop the bomb.We're all a mass of contradictions, but we raise ou [...]

    • Çağrı says:

      "Schrödinger'in kedisinin peşinde" adlı kitaptan tanıdığım John Gribbin'in Michael White ile birlikte yazdığı biyografiyi okumaktan büyük zevk duydum. En kapsamlı biyografi olmasa da, Einstein'ın hayatını, içinde bulunduğu bilimsel gelişmeler hakkında kısa bilgiler vererek işlemiş olmasını çok beğendim. Abartmayı seven canlılar olarak şunu söylemeliyim ki geçmiş yüzyılın tartışmasız en sıradışı isimlerinden birisiydi Albert Einstein. Ancak onu neyle ifa [...]

    • Allison says:

      This book tells the true and unique tale of a genius named,Albert Einstein.Through reading this story, the reader grows up with the impoverished young Albert and peruses through his young adult life with him, page after page. As you read his thoughts, opinions and concerns he seems not like a famous individual from long ago, but like a friend you are catching up with. Albert tells of his relationship with his mother, sister and young wife, he goes into details about his political affiliations an [...]

    • Tamzid says:

      a concise book giving insight into the personal struggles and ideologies of a man who in the end became more than just that. shows the difficulties a genuine thinker faces to become a scientist t the type of scientists that come by the dozen driven by commercial agendaseir treatises rotting in some forgotten university shelf

    • Amninder Narota says:

      This is one of my favorite book and Gribbin dribbled every single detail in this book.

    • Frank Spencer says:

      Older, but good, biography

    • Ann-Marie says:

      This was an interesting read as far as Einstein's life is concerned, however as the book goes into the scientific struggles I find I'm unable to follow and lose interest.

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