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Offline DonQuichotte

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The Relativity Theory and The String Theory :
« on: 01/08/2013 23:52:31 »
The Relativity Theory and The String Theory : Can Someone here explain them to me in simple terms ?

I know it's extremely difficult to do just that , but i would really appreciate it if someone here would try to explain those theories to me in simple terms .

Thanks, appreciate indeed

Great site by the way, like no other .

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Re: The Relativity Theory and The String Theory :
« Reply #1 on: 02/08/2013 02:55:26 »
There are many different aspects to them. Were you looking for any information about them in particular?

Wikipedia is a good place to start.
 

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Re: The Relativity Theory and The String Theory :
« Reply #2 on: 04/08/2013 01:29:13 »
There are many different aspects to them. Were you looking for any information about them in particular?

Wikipedia is a good place to start.

yeah , i know :thanks , appreciate .

I watched some docus concerning those theories ,including the particular and general theory of relativity , but i do not understand them very well , that's why this thread by the way .

I do realise that i might not get what i am looking for via a thread like this one, i know .
I am gonna try to do  some more research on the matter : those theories are highly complex, as complex as quantum physics by the way .

Kind regards
 

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Re: The Relativity Theory and The String Theory :
« Reply #3 on: 04/08/2013 17:03:46 »
A book I found very helpful was: Richard Wolfson. "Simply Einstein".  It might not suit everyone, but if I could have only one book on that topic, this one would be a strong contender.
 

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Re: The Relativity Theory and The String Theory :
« Reply #4 on: 05/08/2013 00:47:26 »
A book I found very helpful was: Richard Wolfson. "Simply Einstein".  It might not suit everyone, but if I could have only one book on that topic, this one would be a strong contender.

Thanks , dude : I will look for that book on line .
I will also try to see if i can find some book concerning those theories for beginners or for dummies series .
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