E=mc^2: A biography of the world¡¯s most famous equation.

E=mc^2: A biography of the world¡¯s most famous equation. By David Bodanis
Publisher: Walker Publishing Company 2000 | 349 Pages | ISBN: 0802799183 | File type: PDF | 2 mb

Generations have grown up knowing that the equation E=mc2 changed the shape of our world, but never understanding what it actually means, why it was so significant, and how it informs our daily lives today¡ªgoverning, as it does,
everything from the atomic bomb to a television¡¯s cathode ray tube to the
carbon dating of prehistoric paintings. In this book, David Bodanis writes
the biography of one of the greatest scientific discoveries in history¡ªthat the realms of energy and matter are inescapably linked¡ªand, through his skill as a writer and teacher, he turns a seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic human achievement and an uncommonly good story.



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