The Beautiful Invisible: Creativity, Imagination, and Theoretical Physics

Oxford Univsity Press (2011)
Challenging the image of physics as dry and dusty, The Beautiful Invisible shows that this highly abstract science is in fact teeming with beautiful concepts, ...
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ISBN(s) 9780199574841   0199574847
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