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Date: Around 1993


Question:
I wonder if someone has a new and fresh (and pretty easily understood) explanation for his theory of relativity?



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Have a look at the book "Einstein for Beginners" by Joe Schwartz, illustrated by Michael McGuinness, put out by Pantheon Books. The format is certainly unlike any other book on relativity; I thought it was very entertaining. I do not know if the illustrations would make the book less formidable to someone afraid of science, or if today's 7th grader would find it unentertaining. You may well find the book at your local library.

R.C. Winther



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