To appreciate and enjoy good music one doesn't have to be an expert musician. In the same way, to understand and appreciate great and exciting scientific discoveries as well as the fascinating mysteries of the universe one doesn't have to be a scientist. It is a fact that to really understand Einstein's Theory of Relativity one needs to know a great deal of Mathematics. However, to truly grasp the basic things in general there are other ways. For instance a number of books have been written to explain and interpret Einsteinian theories in a simplified way so that even a layman can understand what they are all about.
This is exactly where the highly illuminating book, Einstein for Everyone by Dr. Robert Piccioni comes in. This highly interesting book presents to the general leader the adventure and excitement of contemporary scientific discoveries. Dr.Piccioni renders the principal concepts and facts of Relativity easily understandable without engaging in the process of dumbing the readers down. He explains everything in a casual conversational manner, by including several personal anecdotes about those who remain behind scientific activity. With 100 graphics and more than 33 images, Einstein for Everyone explains the actual science that lies hidden behind news headlines as well as sound bites. He explains to the reader factors such as the nature of the universe, its extent, age, and what was there before the universe came into being, such as The Big Bang, supernovae, black holes, Quantum Mechanics and finally what the General Relativity is all about.
Other bestsellers from the author are Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, and the Universe. Quantum Mechanics 3: Wavefunctions, Superposition, & Virtual Particles (Everyone's Guide Series). Buy online. This paperback book is listed with the ISBN number of ISBN: 8184950691 ISBN-13: 978-8184950694.