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Einstein and Relativity: A Conversation by Paul Rudd and Brian Greene

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In June of 1916, Albert Einstein published his ambitious paper proposing the existence of gravitational waves. In 2016, Einstein's 100-year-old theory was proven correct when scientists detected ripples in the fabric of space. Einstein and Relativity: A Conversation by Paul Rudd and Brian Greene celebrates this achievement, with Greene and Rudd sitting down to talk about string theory, relativity, and the discovery of gravitational waves.

©2015 Brian Greene (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Hilarious, informative, and thought provoking

I’ve never thought Paul Rudd as “uninformed” about anything, but it’s always so fascinating to discover how bright, curious, and appreciative he is of finding the out more. Of course Rudd goes into the quantum realm in at least one of his movies, but it’s cool to hear him discussing theoretical physics, and Einstein, with one of today’s most brilliant physicists. Interesting concepts arise, and it makes me want to hear more!

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Amazing!

im so excited about this. cant wait to read fabric of the cosmos and the elegant universe. my head is spinning in a great way