Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, & the Universe

Everyone's Guide to
Atoms, Einstein
& the Universe

Real Science for Real People
by
Robert L. Piccioni, Ph.D.

First Place Winner 2009 National Best Books Award
First Place Winner in the Science category of the National Best Books 2009 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News

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Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, and the Universe is completely sold out! The good news is a replacement is now available. The paperback book Einstein For Everyone contains all the same text and illustrations (including 33 full color images) that are in the hard cover Best Book Award-winning Everyone’s Guide.

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Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, and the Universe is a comprehensive exploration of the most important discoveries and theories of modern physics, astronomy, and cosmology. It dives into the infinitesimal, soars through the stars, and reaches the limits of the universe. It demonstrates how everything in the universe, from the most minute to the most immense, is intimately connected. It introduces the key scientific explorers, providing interesting personal anecdotes and first-hand stories.

Nothing is dumbed down; this is real science made accessible to real people by replacing technical jargon and math with English and heavenly pictures. Learn why stars shine, what atoms are made of, how we can generate more energy with less pollution, how old and how large is our universe. You don't have to be a great musician to appreciate great music. Nor do you need math expertise to appreciate the exciting discoveries and intriguing mysteries of our universe. If you can change money, you can understand Einstein. And black holes, relativity, quantum mechanics, and the Big Bang.

Everyone's Guide to Atoms, Einstein, and the Universe is a 336-page hardcover reference work with over 150 illustrations, including 33 in full color.


Substantial student discounts are available to attendees of Dr. Piccioni's courses and seminars.

Peek inside and see what's waiting for you  in this exploration of our universe.



Recent book reviews:
5-stars The Midwest Book Review.
....is enthusiastically recommended to readers of all backgrounds, ...

5-stars Varsha, 10-year-old, 5th grader
...Anyone can learn a lot from this book.

5-stars William Veigele, Ph.D. physicist
... How much more enlightening, entertaining, and pleasurable can one book be?

5-stars  Dottie Randazzo on YouTube.

 
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