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  • 29 Apr 2021
    Kirill Krasnov

    What is Gravity?

    Kirill Krasnov author of “Formulations of General Relativity” asks the question ‘What is Gravity?’

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  • 18 Jul 2019
    James Zimring

    How Much Confidence Should We Place In Scientific Claims?

    James Zimring discusses the struggle of how to evaluate the claims of science in a world that demands an ever more rigorous consideration of how much confidence to put in such claims. Each of us is taught what science claims to be the case, but to what extent are we taught the basis for such claims – the strengths and pitfalls of science itself?

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  • 9 Jun 2014

    Into the Intro: The Cambridge Companion to Einstein

    Almost one hundred years after he proposed his earth-shattering general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein remains one of the most important innovators in the history of science. With a new complete guide to his work, Cambridge honors the scientist who shaped our understanding of the modern world.

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