Gravity addresses the natural phenomenon that both philosophers and mathematicians have been curious about for centuries and the science that makes it all possible. It begins in the time of Aristotle, where the book explains why and how the evolution of thought contributed to the understanding of force, acceleration, and resistancethe early pieces to the puzzle of gravity. Once the basics have been established, the text dives headfirst into Albert Einsteins general theory of relativity and Sir Isaac Newtons law of universal gravitation in order to explain one of the universes greatest mysteries and the effects these discoveries have had on the world.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Wadsworth Library - Geneseo||YA 531.14 CZA (Text)