Physics

    Lazy Universe

    By Jennifer Coopersmith

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    The Principle of Least Action underlies all physics and leads into quantum mechanics and Einstein's Relativity. There are some textbooks that do the calculations, and one book with nice pictures, but no book before this one that explains what 'action' is, and why nature follows this principle.

    Mysteries of the Quantum Universe

    By Mathieu Burniat

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    The bestselling French graphic novel about the mind-bending world of quantum physicsFamous explorer Bob and his dog Rick have been around the world and even to the Moon, but their travels through the quantum universe show them the greatest wonders they've ever seen. As they follow their tour guide, the...

    Primer on String Theory

    By Volker Schomerus

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    A concise introduction to string theory explaining central concepts, mathematical tools and recent developments in the field of physics.

    How the World Works: Physics

    By Anne Rooney

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    Particle Zoo

    By Gavin Hesketh

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    The search for the fundamental nature of reality

    Reality Is Not What It Seems

    By Carlo Rovelli

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    'The physicist transforming how we see the universe' Financial Times'An utter joy' Adam Rutherford'A hugely engaging book... Rovelli is a charming, thought-provoking tour guide' Manjit Kumar ProspectDo space and time truly exist? What is reality made of? Can we understand its deep texture?Scientist Carlo Rovelli has spent his whole life...

    Nonlocal Gravity

    By Bahram Mashhoon

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    Relativity theory assumes locality, without accounting for the observer's past history. This book introduces nonlocality, or history dependence, into relativity theory. Inertia and gravitation are deeply tied, suggesting gravity may be nonlocal. The gravitational memory of past events must then be taken into account.

    Einstein's Greatest Mistake

    By David Bodanis

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    From the bestselling author of E=mc2, Einstein's Greatest Mistake is a brisk, accessible biography of Albert Einstein that reveals the genius and hubris of the titan of modern science.

    Mass

    By Jim Baggott

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    Jim Baggott explores how our understanding of the nature of matter, and its fundamental property of mass, has developed, from the ancient Greek view of indivisible atoms to quantum mechanics, dark matter, the Higgs field, and beyond. He shows how the stuff of the universe is proving more elusive and...

    Computer Simulation of Liquids

    By Michael Patrick Allen

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    This is the second edition of a widely used practical guide to computer simulations of liquids. The technique uses a model for the way molecules interact, to predict how large numbers of them behave in liquid state. This essential introduction to this rapidly growing field is complete with illustrative computer...

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