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2012 March 24

Review of 3 popular physics books

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I’m not reviewing popular physics books, since I lack the physics expertise to do so, and I’ve not read any except Feynman’s Six Easy Pieces and QED (both of which I enjoyed).  My son has read those plus others:

But I can’t review those books, not having read them, and I’m unlikely to convince my son to do a guest blog post.  So this post is not about books we’ve read, but about some reviews by Bruce Sherwood (author of the physics text we’re using, Matter and Interactions): Good popular physics books.  He describes three books that sound like they might appeal to my son:

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  1. Too bad that your son is unlikely to do a guest post. I’d be most interested in his experience and opinion of each book. I sometimes find myself in the happy position of recommending suitably challenging books to teens who are on the verge of disliking physics because its high-school incarnation bores them. If he ever does take an interest in writing a guest post, I’d certainly look forward to reading it.

    Comment by Mylène — 2012 March 25 @ 17:13 | Reply


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