Why Are Things the Way They Are?
G. Venkataraman, "Why Are Things the Way They Are?"
1992 | pages: 126 | ISBN: 0863113125 | PDF | 7 mb
This book and others in this series written by me are inspired by the memory of my son Suresh who left this world soon after completing school Suresh and I often used to discuss physics. It was then that I introduced him to the celebrated Feynman Lectures. Hans Bethe has described Feynman as the most original scientist of iris century. To that perhaps may be added the statement that Feynman vas also the most scintillating teacher of physics in this century. The Feynman Lectures are great but they are at the textbook level and meant for serious reading. It seemed to me that there was scope for small tooks on diverse topics in physics which would stimulate interest, making at least some of the young students take up later a serious study of physics aid reach for the Feynman as well as the Landau classics.
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