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A graviton free model of physics?,
This review is from: RELATIVITY+ : The Theory of Everything (Paperback)
It might be handy to know about special and general relativity and other fields before you tackle this book, that is it might if it were not for the clear and careful diagrams and text that open up a new way of looking at physics, that even a novice should be able to grasp.
From amateur to expert this book is a good addition to anyone interested in the field. Whether ultimately the Large Hadron Collider at CERN turns up a God particle: Higgs Boson or not, or such models highlighted here are ultimately correct, the carefully presented ideas detail a great overall history of the modern field and is well worth a read, whether you are a standard model fan or a string theorist or just an interested layman. I heartily recommend it if you are interested in physics from the quantum scale to the cosmic scale. In fact I heartily recommend it if you are not as its a good place to start.