Albert Einstein, part of Oxford's ongoing series Oxford Scientists, is an insightful and entertaining biography of a man whose scientific intuition was so powerful that almost everything he touched in physics turned to gold. Bernstein explains major theories and breakthroughs, and traces the paths that brought Einstein to his discoveries, such as the way his findings on light and the Principle of Equivalence led him to his famous Theory of Relativity.
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