9781787390720

The Relatively Difficult Puzzle Universe Puzzles Inspired by Albert Einstein

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  • ISBN13:

    9781787390720

  • ISBN10:

    1787390721

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2018-11-06
  • Publisher: Carlton Books
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Summary

Step into the mind of the greatest physicist of all time with this selection of puzzles based on the genius’s work!
 
Try to think like Einstein as you come to grips with more than 80 enigmas, quizzes, and tests of logic based on his greatest work: the theory of relativity, E=mc2, Brownian Motion, cosmology, quantum theory, wormholes, the laws of thermodynamics, zero-point gravity, and many other groundbreaking ideas, all woven into some of the best puzzles ever. With so many incredible discoveries to draw on, plus a selection of Einstein’s most illuminating quotes and illustrations, this intriguing book will open the door to a range of stunning scientific concepts. As the great man once said: “You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else”—a challenge that all puzzle enthusiasts will find irresistible.

New format, with puzzles compiled from Einstein’s Puzzle Universe.

Author Biography

Tim Dedopulos is an author, puzzle setter, and editor. He worked for Wizards of the Coast and White Wolf, and has written role-playing games and fiction. His books include The Book of Medieval Puzzles, The Greatest Puzzles Ever Solved, and The Sherlock Holmes Puzzle Collection (all published by Carlton).

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