*Includes 100 lessons that comprehensively cover the seminal history, people, events, discoveries, and theories of physics.
*Includes a Table of Contents that makes this the ultimate quick reference guide
It is one of the oldest yet most elusive areas of scientific study, fascinating everyone from the Ancient Greeks to Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein. It is literally a universal phenomenon, with some hailing it as the true God of our Universe.
The science, of course, is physics. We have been studying physics for thousands of years, making incredibly complex strides in some areas while only scratching the surface of others. Physics is everywhere around us, but we are still amazed and unaware of exactly what goes on around us. And the study of physics itself is as new as it is old. Some of the physical principles we use today were first explained by the ancient Greeks, while others, like string theory, are so new that physicists aren’t even sure they’re correct!
In this comprehensive introductory guide to physics, educators from Course Hero and Charles River Editors explain the history and laws of physics, covering the first observations and studies to the most recent experiments and theories, while profiling the seminal people, events and discoveries inbetween. Broken down into 100 different lessons searchable by a Table of Contents, anyone studying physics or interested in it will find this guide both fascinating and indispensable.
With this incredibly comprehensive guide as your resource, you will learn about physics like you never have before.