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Explains the meaning and far-flung implications of the general theory of relativity and other mysteries of modern physics by presenting a conversation among Newton, Einstein, and a fictitious contemporary particle physicist named Adrian Haller.
Harald Fritzsch holds the chair in theoretical physics at the University of Munich. He is also a regular visiting professor at the California Institute of Technology, the European Center for Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva, and at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center of Stanford University. He is the author of many books that have been translated into English, including The Creation of Matter: The Universe from Beginning to End, Quarks: The Stuff of Matter, and An Equation That Changed the World: Newton, Einstein, and the Theory of Relativity.