God's Equation

God's Equation

Einstein, Relativity, and the Expanding Universe

Book - 1999
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In a work of awesome scope, Amir Aczel investigates what powers the stars on their journey to the edge of the universe. Using Einstein and his theories to explain the latest developments in cosmology, Aczel outlines the links between relativity and cosmology via Einstein's "cosmological constant." In the author's view, Einstein served as God's mouthpiece, revealing the most fundamental truths about our larger environment, truths contemporary scientists are just now confirming. This book is the first to discuss certain letters of Einstein that put a new spin on his relationship with other scientists and on his early efforts to prove his revolutionary theories.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Four Walls Eight Windows : 1999
ISBN: 9781568581392
Branch Call Number: 523.1 ACZ 1999
Characteristics: 236p illus


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Jun 24, 2010

This is an excellent book. It explains things clearly and has helpful diagrams. The author writes in such a way that it is understandable to those who don't have a physics or math background and it is still enjoyable for those who do.

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