Albert Einstein (1879–1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist who introduced revolutionary concepts regarding the nature of light-particles, the existence and nature of molecules, and the electrodynamics of moving bodies. In 1934 he left Germany, settling in Princeton, New Jersey and eventually becoming an American citizen. He won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1921.
Sidelights on Relativity (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)by Albert Einstein
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Elegantly written, these two influential essays offer unparalleled insight into the seminal thinking of Albert Einstein, the twentieth century’s greatest physicist. The essays outline aspects of two of Einstein’s revolutionary theories—his Special Theory of Relativity and his General Theory of Relativity—in simple prose devoid of abstruse language, ideal for scientists and laypeople alike.
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