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      From Newton
      to Einstein
      Changing Conceptions of the Universeby
      Benjamin Harrow


      From Newton to Einstein

      Changing Conceptions of the Universe

      by Benjamin Harrow

      Excerpt


      Emsmm's contributions to our ideas of time and space, and to our knowledge of the universe in general, are of so momentous a nature, that they easily take their place among the two or three greatest achievements of the twentieth cen tury. This little book attempts to give, in popular form, an account of this work. As, however, Einstein's work is so largely dependent upon the work of Newton and Newton's success.

      Book Details


      PIBN10004174
      ISBN978-1-330-25872-9
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-483-02894-4
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryPhysics
      Pages88
      Words13821
      Vocabulary1138

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