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E=mc² : a biography of the world's most famous equation

Bodanis turns a seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic and accessible human achievement. He explains its science and brings it to life; making clear the astonishing array of discoveries and consequences it made possible and its impact on our daily lives.

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  • "E equals mc squared"
  • "E equals mc squared"@en
  • "E=mc na 2"
  • "E=mc na kvadrat"
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  • "Biography of the world's most famous equation"
  • "Biography of the world's most famous equation"@en

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  • "Examines the science and scientists who provided the backdrop to Einstein's influential 1905 discovery and offers an explanation of the equation from mathematical, historical, and scientific perspectives."
  • "Chronicles the "life" of Einstein's theory of relativity, discussing the scientific knowledge that led to it and describing its influence on the world, including the scientific discoveries it made possible."
  • "Bodanis turns a seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic and accessible human achievement. He explains its science and brings it to life; making clear the astonishing array of discoveries and consequences it made possible and its impact on our daily lives."@en
  • "Generations have grown up knowing that the equation E-mc p2 s changed the shape of our world but never understanding what it actually means and why it was so significant. David Bodanis turns a seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic and accessible human achievement."@en
  • "Examines the science and scientists who provided the backdrop to Einstein's seminal 1905 discovery, and offers a definitive explanation of the equation from a mathematical, historical, and scientific perspective."
  • "Examines the science and scientists who provided the backdrop to Einstein's seminal 1905 discovery and offers a definitive explanation of the equation from a mathematical, historical, and scientific perspective."
  • "Examines the discovery of the equation that changed the shape of the world, turning a seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic and accessible human achievement."
  • "It is a well-known equation, yet who but the physicists really understand E=mc2? Bodanis rescues the masses from ignorance in an entertaining story about Einstein's formulation of the equation in 1905 and its association ever after with relativity and nuclear energy. Touching on Einstein's background and character, he pays homage to the scientist, noting the impact the findings had on such predecessors as Maxwell, Faraday and Lavoisier. In writing the "biography" of the greatest scientific discoveries in history, Bodanis turns this seemingly impenetrable theory into a dramatic and accessible human achievement."

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  • "Biography"
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  • "E=mc² : a biography of the world's most famous equation"
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  • "E=mc2: a biography of the world's most famous equation"
  • "E=MC2 A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation"
  • "E=mc2 a biography of the world's most famous equation"
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  • "E=MC2 : a biography of the world's most famous equation"
  • "E=mc2 : a biography of the world's most famous equation"
  • "E=mc2 : a biography of the world's most famous equation"@en
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  • "E=mc² : a biography of the world's most famous equation"@en
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  • "E=mc² a biography of the world's most famous equation"

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