the The University of Chicago Press
This is a text written for the curious layperson aimed at explaining the geometrical aspects of general relativity without focusing on the underlying mathematics. The author covers material from Aristotelian and Galilean framework of space to the aspects of Einstein's general relativity, using black holes as an example.
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