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- Author:
**Roger B. Angel** - Year:
**1980** - Publisher:
**Franklin Book Co** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**008025196X,9780080251967**

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**30 295 526** - Format:
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From the author of Heretical Verities, a study more sharply focused on the sins of relativity theory. Where physicists see transcendent beauty, Phipps finds institutionalized ugliness. Where field theorists have eyes only for the glitter of Maxwell a...

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