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Relatively Simple by Geoff Robinson

BLACK & WHITE INTERIOR. 2nd Edition. 124 pages. A new way to understand relativity. Covers relativity from the simplest everyday situations, by easy stages, to more complex topics. There are lots of 'real-life' examples, illustrations and diagrams. All math is kept simple and fully explained. Some surprises await on relativity matters usually considered difficult to understand, but which are, in fact, Relatively Simple. Theoretical analysis includes: Basic Relativity; Starlight Aberration; Simultaneity; Ring Lasers; Galaxy Rotation and Pioneer 10 anomalous acceleration. For downloads (inc. free update of 1st Edition) and other works: search for Geoff Robinson at Lulu.com or direct via tinyurl.com/relativelysimple

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Publication date

2nd July 2008

Author

Geoff Robinson

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
124 pages

Categories

Science: general issues

ISBN

9781435714588

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