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E=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation

Popular Science

By: David Bodanis

Pan Macmillan

Paperback | Aug 2001 | #169509 | ISBN: 0330391658
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About this book

A lucid, interesting, and concise explanation of Einstein's famous equation.

'Bodanis himself seems like an intellectual thermonuclear explosion, a kind of Jonathan Miller on speed... This is an outstanding introduction to relativity by a gifted practitioner of popular science1 Independent

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David Bodanis is a writer and academic. His previous books include The Secret House and The Secret Family. Davis Bodanis lives in London.

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