ISBN 9781843433040,Please Mr Einstein

Please Mr Einstein


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ISBN 9781843433040

Random House

Publication Year 2006

ISBN 9781843433040

ISBN-10 1843433044

Hard Back

Number of Pages 192 Pages
Language (English)

Contemporary Women

A young woman enters a building in a nameless comtemporary European city. She walks into a waiting room where a dozen other people, with briefcases or sheaves of documents, are waiting patiently. Shortly afterwards she is requested to go into another room where she meets Albert Einstein who is engaged in trying to figure out the equation that explains the universe. He is charmed by her, and agrees to answer her questions.

He seems very used to receiving visitors. Among them, Isaac Newton is certainly the most regular and the most argumentative, desperately trying to prove Einstein wrong.

Einstein and the student discuss his theories as well as his responsability for the creation of nuclear weapons. He also talks about his personal life, the difficulties of fame, and how his dreams of worldwide peace were shattered. He appears bright, witty, hugely sympathetic but also tormented and dreamy.

This is a remarkable book that makes complex concepts of physics and philosophy accessible to the non-scientific reader in a captivating and utterly charming manner.