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Special relativity: from Einstein to strings epub
Special relativity: from Einstein to strings epub

Special relativity: from Einstein to strings. John H. Schwarz, Patricia M. Schwarz

Special relativity: from Einstein to strings


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ISBN: 0521812607,9780521812603 | 195 pages | 5 Mb


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Special relativity: from Einstein to strings John H. Schwarz, Patricia M. Schwarz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press




Einstein's output in 1905 is probably never going to be achieved again-- simply astounding! Greene's explanation of Special Relativity is one of the best. Well, I've been reading a book, “Special Relativity from Einstein to Strings”, and maybe it isn't an artistic achievement, but it certainly is a well written book with an “idealistic tendancy” of its own. 1b: proof that special relativity is not in agreement with general relativity even in the case of uniform motion. According to the mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc2, an object traveling at c would have infinite mass and What I mean by "this" isn't the creation of a new theory that incorporates older ones (like string theory). I am not convinced, however, on String Theory. In 1905, Einstein published his special theory of relativity, which established the ultimate cosmic speed limit: the speed of light, and showed that time can speed up and slow down depending on how fast something is moving. In 1916 String theory is an attempt to solve the seeming incompatibility of two leading theories of physics — quantum mechanics and general relativity — and forge a “theory of everything” that can describe the entire universe. This sentence by Einstein gave birth to multiple interpretations, most of which has resulted, and may be an underlying objective, in a discredit of the genius's post-relativistic work. Einstein discussed the phenomenon that physicists now call dark energy in correspondence with Schrodinger, reveals a physicist and historian of science. (Phys.org)—Possibly the most well-known consequence of Einstein's theory of special relativity is that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, c.

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