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Relativity: The Special and the General Theory

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Albert Einstein, the founder of modern physics and the man, who proposed theory of relativity, explains the significance of the theory in today’s world. The author using minimum mathematical terms and implementing basic principles and ideas of the theory tells how it helped shaping the present world. The book offers matchless and unbeatable knowledge on relativity, which makes it the most popular among its variants written by other authors. The book gives account to Einstein’s massive contribution to the world and development of technology.

This book is for all, where Einstein has put his best efforts to present exact picture of the theory of relativity. While the theory of relativity enriched astronomy and physics during 20th century, technology today is getting far-fetched just because of Einstein. Relativity: The Special and the General Theory (Routledge Classics) is likely to interest people of every category, who have even slightest interest in science and technology.

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