The Physics of Einstein: Black Holes, Time Travel, Distant Starlight, E=mc^2
Does light from distant galaxies really take billions of years to reach Earth? Is time-travel possible? Are black holes real? What are some of the weird effects of traveling at near the speed of light? And how do we really know? The physics discovered by Albert Einstein allows us to answer all of these questions.
In Physics of Einstein, we learn how Einstein was able to deduce what happens when an object approaches the speed of light.
The results are as amazing as they are strange. Designed for readers with no background in physics, this book explores one of the strangest and most fascinating branches of science.
About the Author
Dr. Jason Lisle is an astrophysicist and founder of the Biblical Science Institute. He researches, writes, and speaks on topics pertaining to science and the Christian faith. Dr. Lisle double-majored in physics and astronomy with a minor in mathematics from Ohio Wesleyan University. He then earned a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in astrophysics at the University of Colorado. Dr. Lisle specialized in the study of solar subsurface weather and has also published in the field of general relativity.
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