"Fritzsch could not give the modern reader a more memorable introduction to the personalities and science of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein unless somehow he could find the keys to H. G. Wells' time machine. . . . Many readers will applaud Fritzsch for this lively but profoundly insightful book". -- "Booklist", starred review
"[Fritzsch] has dreamed up a dialogue between the two great physicists, helped along by a fictional modern physicist. . . . The conversation builds up to an explanation of E=mc2, and on the way illuminates the important points where Newtonian and Einsteinian theory diverge". --David Lindley, "New York Times Book Review"
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
Number of pages: 300
Weight: 398 g
Dimensions: 237 x 143 x 17 mm
Edition: New edition
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