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E=mc² by David Bodanis
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Feb 26, 2011

really liked it
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Read from February 26 to March 18, 2011

What struck me about this book was that it allowed me to understand the science behind, and the evolution of Einstein's E=mc2 equation. Broke down the theories and sciences in a fairly easy way to understand, and highlighted how Einstein's work was completed on the shoulders of many others who came before him, and was continued by those who followed. Whether you have a particular interest in science or not, this is a fascinating read. A tad dry in places, but the amazing connectivity in our world that Bodanis describes kept me at it.

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