Physics Textbook

Narrated by: Andrea Giordani
Length: 48 mins
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Multiple disciplines are included in the concept of science. Out of the different concepts, and one of the most important, is the concept of physics. It is also an integral part of science and technology, and many things are possible with the help of physics. It has always been a useful theory to pursue a lot of discoveries and inventions. 

Physics has many sub-branches which concern and deal with multiple problems, issues, and theories. All these branches of physics are very important. Many of the great scientists and physicists, such as Isaac Newton, Galileo, and Albert Einstein, were involved in the different studies in the field of physics. All of them are responsible for the amazing discoveries in the world. To know more about the history, branches, etc., download to listen today. Get an introduction to the subject and all the important topics related to physics and its branches.

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Almost padestrian

Underwhelming amount of information, presented in a slow and plodding monologue. Hard to imagine benefiting from the time it takes to listen.