Simple Physics: Why Balloons Rise, Apples Fall & Golf BallsGo Awry
ISBN 9781606521670 | 176 pages | 05 Aug 2010 | Reader's Digest | 5.31 x 7.91in | 18 - AND UP
Summary of E=MC2 Summary of E=MC2 Reviews for E=MC2 An Excerpt from E=MC2
You don't have to be Einstein to understand quantum physics. With amusing examples from film, TV, and history, learn how physics affects everything in your surroundings--without the use of mind-bending math or the need for a particle accelerator. With E=MC2, you'll learn: When forces balance: Simple answers to questions such as, "Why do balloons rise while apples fall?""This is another fun and educational book from Reader's Digest's Blackboard Book Series. I've read several in the series and each one has that "Reader's Digest style"-well organized with clear writing that's informative and easy to understand...The author explains things in a funny way that entertains and make[s] it easy to remember the concepts. He writes as if he's a friend explaining things in a conversation. The book would be a great gift for one of those hard to shop for people." -Sweeps for Bloggers (Blog)
It's physics for the rest of us. So why not come along for the ride? Advance at the speed of light through the fundamental laws of physics as they were discovered, proven wrong, and revolutionized.
Make this and all of the Blackboard Books(tm) a permanent fixture on your shelf, and you'll have instant access to a breadth of knowledge. Whether you need homework help or want to win that trivia game, this series is the trusted source for fun facts.
To keep up-to-date, input your email address, and we will contact you on publication
Please alert me via email when: