An engaging book for the Physics aficionado
‘For the Love of Physics: From the End of the Rainbow to the Edge of Time – A Journey Through the Wonders of Physics’ by Walter Lewin is an engaging book which tries to explain the concepts of the subject in a unique and interactive manner. We all go through physics exams and study its concepts, but have you ever wondered what these concepts actually mean to our race, to our planet and their importance for our existence? This takes you on a journey and explains you the physics behind every natural concept from Rainbows to the concept of time. This book is an engaging and entertaining attempt at explaining the different and difficult concepts of physics to a layman.
Understand Physics in detail.
Physics is indeed a beautiful subject with a great amount of concepts involved and complex theories that never cease to amaze us. Through this book, author tries to portray the simplicity and the beauty of the subject in a lucid manner. Not only does it include simple to understand terms, it also manages to incorporate fun and ease of learning in an otherwise tricky subject .For example, the book starts with thoughts about the colour of the sky and clouds and then digs deep into the concepts that are involved behind the vivid colours of skies and clouds.
This book helps you understand the concepts of physics used around you
This book explains many different concepts like nucleus, measurements, starts, bodies in motion, rainbow, strings, electricity, magnetic force, X-rays, winds and space etc. It gives answer to many questions that usually have complex answers and it also solves many queries such as ‘Why are we short when we stand but taller when we lie down?’ among others. This book is an ideal companion for Physics lovers.
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About the Author
Walter Lewin is a renowned Physicist of Dutch origin and taught Physics at MIT where he spent 45 years. He completed his doctorate in nuclear physics from Delft University of Technology in 1965. He is famous for his online lectures published on edX and MIT Open Courseware, with some of them being watched over 2 million times.