THEORIES OF THE WORLD FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE COPERNICAN REVOLUTION SECOND REVISED EDITION

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A Biographical Encyclopedia Of Scientists And Inventors In American Film And Tv Si

Author : A. Bowdoin Van Riper
ISBN : 9780810881280
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this first in-depth study of how historic scientists and inventors have been portrayed on screen, A Biographical Encyclopedia of Scientists and Inventors in American Film and TV since 1930 catalogs nearly 300 separate performances and includes essays on the screen images of more than 80 historic scientists, inventors, engineers, and medical researchers.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Modern Theories Of The Universe

Author : Michael J. Crowe
ISBN : 0486278808
Genre : Science
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This book provides an introduction to the fundamentals of stellar astronomy, a history of astronomy, and an account of how the science of astronomy challenged traditional philosophical and theological beliefs. Throughout the text are readings from the writings of scientists who contributed most significantly to the development of astronomy.
Category: Science

Theory Of The Motion Of The Heavenly Bodies Moving About The Sun In Conic Sections

Author : Carl Friedrich Gauss
ISBN : 0486439062
Genre : Mathematics
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In 1801, a young mathematician stunned the scientific world by using the modest mathematical tools of algebra and trigonometry to solve the complex problem of calculating planetary orbits. He explains his methods in this volume, which is suitable for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students and remains a vital reference in modern astronomical computation and celestial mechanics.
Category: Mathematics

The How And The Why

Author : David Park
ISBN : 0691025088
Genre : Science
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The description for this book, The How and the Why, will be forthcoming.
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Tycho And Kepler

Author : Kitty Ferguson
ISBN : 9781448167234
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The extraordinary, unlikely tale of Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler and their enormous contribution to astronomy and understanding of the cosmos is one of the strangest stories in the history of science. Kepler was a poor, devoutly religious teacher with a genius for mathematics. Brahe was an arrogant, extravagant aristocrat who possessed the finest astronomical instruments and observations of the time, before the telescope. Both espoused theories that seem off-the-wall to modern minds, but their fateful meeting in Prague in 1600 was to change the future of science. Set in one of the most turbulent and colourful eras in European history, when medieval was giving way to modern, Tycho and Kepler is a double biography of these two remarkable men.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Copernican Revolution

Author : Thomas S. Kuhn
ISBN : 0674171039
Genre : Science
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The significance of the plurality of the Copernican Revolution is the main thrust of this undergraduate text
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Astronomy And Culture

Author : Edith W. Hetherington
ISBN : 9780313345371
Genre : Science
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While astronomy is a burgeoning science, with tremendous increases in knowledge every year, it also has a tremendous past, one that has altered humanity's understanding of our place in the universe. The impact of astronomy on culture - whether through myths and stories, or through challenges to the intellectual status quo - is incalculable. This volume in the Greenwood Guides to the Universe series examines how human cultures, in all regions and time periods, have tried to make sense of the wonders of the universe. Astronomy and Culture shows students how people throughout time have struggled with the complexities apparent in the night sky, complexities that modern science has only just begun to understand.
Category: Science

A Guide To Feynman Diagrams In The Many Body Problem

Author : Richard D. Mattuck
ISBN : 9780486131641
Genre : Science
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Superb introduction for nonspecialists covers Feynman diagrams, quasi particles, Fermi systems at finite temperature, superconductivity, vacuum amplitude, Dyson's equation, ladder approximation, and more. "A great delight." — Physics Today. 1974 edition.
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Advanced Calculus

Author : Louis Brand
ISBN : 9780486157993
Genre : Mathematics
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A course in analysis that focuses on the functions of a real variable, this text introduces the basic concepts in their simplest setting and illustrates its teachings with numerous examples, theorems, and proofs. 1955 edition.
Category: Mathematics