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God's equation : Einstein, relativity, and the expanding universe

著者: Amir D Aczel
出版: New York : Four Walls Eight Windows, ©1999.
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"The product of research around the globe - and interviews with dozens of prominent scientists, God's Equation discusses the latest developments in cosmology, the study of the nature of the universe. Using Einstein and his theories to explain the links between relativity and cosmology via Einstein's "cosmological constant," Aczel tells us it is almost as though Einstein were God's mouthpiece, revealing the most  続きを読む
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関連の人物: Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein; Albert Einstein
資料の種類: Biography
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Amir D Aczel
ISBN: 1568581394 9781568581392
OCLC No.: 41580650
物理形態: xvii, 236 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
コンテンツ: Exploding stars --
Early Einstein --
Prague, 1911 --
Euclid's riddle --
Grossmann's notebooks --
The Crimean expedition --
Riemann's metric --
Berlin --
Principe Island --
The joint meeting --
Cosmological considerations --
The expansion of space --
The nature of matter --
The geometry of the universe --
Batavia, Illinois, May 4, 1998 --
God's equation.
責任者: Amir D. Aczel.
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"The product of research around the globe - and interviews with dozens of prominent scientists, God's Equation discusses the latest developments in cosmology, the study of the nature of the universe. Using Einstein and his theories to explain the links between relativity and cosmology via Einstein's "cosmological constant," Aczel tells us it is almost as though Einstein were God's mouthpiece, revealing the most fundamental truths about our larger environment, truths scientists are just now confirming." "And yet Aczel reveals a side of Einstein - the man - no one else has brought to light. Aczel is the first to have translated certain letters of Einstein, in private hands until recently. These letters cast a new spin on Einstein's relationship with other scientists and his early efforts to prove his revolutionary theory that a strong gravitational force will make light bend."--BOOK JACKET.

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