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    • LATEST EBOOKS ABOUT NATURAL SCIENCE
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    • Science at the Crossroads. A Rational Scrutiny of the Clock Paradox in Einstein's Relativity
      Herbert Dingle
      Science at the Crossroads was published by Herbert Dingle in 1972 at the end of a gruelling controversy with the English scientific world about the clock paradox in Einstein's special relativity. It is a seminal text, which allows us to understand and evaluate, with Cartesian clarity, the problem of that paradox. The essay contains a great wealth of philosophical and epistemological ideas and has a classic imprint, rich with sharp and clear distinctions, and very elegant in style.
      Ebook price € 5
    • Relativity from Lorentz to Einstein. A Guide for Beginners, Perplexed and Experimental Scientists
      Alberto Palazzi
      Everyone knows that Einstein's special relativity is a theory of time and space measurements, no longer considered absolute. But many who have tried to study it have not been able to understand it: yet it is enough to know what speed and square root are. This book, written for beginners and for perplexed who have tried the study of relativity without success, leads its readers to understand this founding idea of twentieth century culture and to judge it with their own intelligence.
      Ebook price € 6

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