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ONLY PEOPLE WITH A GOOD BACKGROUND IN MATHS OR PHYSICS WILL APPRECIATE THIS BOOK.
on 23 October 2016
To appreciate this book you'll need a good background in maths or physics. It's to the author's credit that he does not pull any punches, and does not seek to simplify things that cannot meaningfully be simplified, but I dropped out when he introduced a branch of maths where A X B does not equal B X A. Apparently in this form of maths the result depends on which order you do the calculations in. This was around the 100 page mark, with 200+ pages to go.