By Robert Gardner
Tips to make it with no lumps.........oops, that is gravy. Gamow used to be a US scientist (d. 1968) from the Soviet Union. With diagrams and just a little calculus and irreverence, he explains Newton's and Einstein's theories of gravity to common audiences. PLUS----there are L-O-A-D-S of illustrations!! Demonstrates medical rules within the fields of chemistry and physics by means of replicating experiments played by means of such scientists as Archimedes, Galileo, Antoine Lavoisier, and Sir Isaac Newton
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