What If Einstein Was Wrong?: Asking the Big Questions About Physics Hardcover – 14 Oct 2013
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Overall entertaining bite-sized physics that would make a good present or just something to read here and there. --Popular Science
What if Einstein Was Wrong? is a beautifully presented book written by a team of scientific experts attempting to answer some of the most intriguing What If? questions about physics, cosmology, technology and relativity. The result is an accessible storehouse of information, written in user-friendly format, which can be dipped into from time to time whether it be to impress friends at dinner parties, or simply to find out the answers to long-burning questions like: What If You Could
Journey Into the Past? --The Bookbag
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After a brief introduction a team of physics experts discuss 50 speculative questions such as 'What if the big bang theory were wrong?'.
There are also 7 historical questions such as 'What if the Earth is flat?'
The questions are divided into 7 sections: 'Quantum Physics'; 'Relativity & Time Travel'; 'Particle Physics'; 'Cosmology'; 'Astrophysics'; 'Classical Physics' & 'Technology'.
Edited by Brian Clegg, 'What if Einstein was wrong?' is an engrossing and stimulating book suitable for anyone wishing to understand some of the latest ideas in physics.
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