Everyone knows that Einstein was a genius, yet only a few people understand his work. One of many brilliant scientists grappling with the deepest problems of theoretical physics during the first half of the 20th century, he may not have been the most important or influential of them, but he was the most revolutionary. He almost single-handedly transformed the way the world thinks about light, matter, space and time. This short book allows modern readers to separate myth from reality.
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