Einstein: A Life in Science

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As much as we all know that 'E = mc2' was Einstein's most important and groundbreaking equation, do we really know what it means or why Einstein is regarded as one of history's foremost thinkers? In this absorbing biography Michael White and John Gribbin reveal the man behind the physics and introduce us to his theories in an accessible and fascinating way. With an updated preface for this new edition on the fiftieth anniversary of his death and the hundredth anniversary of the theory of relativity, EINSTEIN explains how ...

Einstein: A Life in Science 2005, Free Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780743263894

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1997, Pocket Books, New York

ISBN-13: 9780671010447

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1995, Plume Books, New York, NY

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1995, Turtleback Books, New York, NY

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1994, Dutton Books, New York, NY

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1994, Simon & Schuster Ltd, London

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Einstein: A Life in Science 1993, Simon & Schuster Ltd, London

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