Talk by Daniel Styer, professor of physics, author of the book Relativity for the Questioning Mind.
To those of us who are not mathematicians or physicists, Einstein’s theory of relativity often seems incomprehensible, exotic, and of little real-world use. None of this is true. Daniel F. Styer’s introduction to the topic not only shows us why these beliefs are mistaken but also shines a bright light on the subject so that any curious-minded person with an understanding of algebra and geometry can both grasp and apply the theory.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin College Library
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