The Little Book of Scientific Principles, Theories & ThingsBook - 2005
What is Pythagoras' Theorem? Who developed the World Wide Web? What is the difference between circadian rhythms and the popular concept of biorhythms? Find out the answers here, where serious science is presented simply, clearly, and chronologically for the layperson. This fascinating and jam-packed little book explains 175 of the most important laws, principles, equations, and theories that form the foundation of the field as we know it. All the great names are featured, including Galileo, Newton, Darwin, and Einstein, as well as more recent contributors such as Rachel Carson, James Lovelock, and Stephen Hawking. It's an invaluable resource.
Alternative Title: Scientific principles, theories and things
Publisher: New York : Sterling, 2005.
Branch Call Number: 500
Characteristics: 223 p. ill. ; 17 cm.
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