A Radiant History from Creation to the Quantum Age
A review of Bruce Watson
Yes, we’re surrounded by ubiquitous light, but its mysteries have not been wholly conquered.
Last month, both the scientifically minded and the scientifically challenged paused to contemplate the far reaches of the cosmos.
As a symbol of scientific genius, Albert Einstein the public icon has had as great an effect on 20th-century thought as his theories have had on modern science.
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