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Einstein's scientific achievements are well known, but the mistakes in his work are often ignored. This book focuses on Einstein's mistakes and thereby gives deeper insights into his work and life.


EINSTEIN'S MISTAKES: The human failings of genius
416 pages,  ISBN 978-0-393-33768-6
Published by W.W. Norton & Company,
hardcover (2008) and p
aperback (2009).                                                                                                              

"... recounts his [Einstein's] chronicle of errors in clear and engaging prose, giving us in the process a short course in the history of modern physics and a witty and provocative account of the subject's life...original and fresh." Darrin M. McMahon, Wall Street Journal

"The book's quixotic approach makes for good intellectual entertainment... kept me eagerly turning the pages." George Johnson, Los Angeles Times

 
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