Found 2 comments on HN
Maro · 2018-10-28 · Original thread
Not sure what you mean here.

I mean this book: https://www.amazon.com/Relativity-Special-General-Albert-Ein...

It's excellent.

zeven7 · 2017-12-09 · Original thread
Yeah, the whitepaper is very approachable. It's amazing how simple it is.

Along similar lines (complex topics explained beautifully and simply by their creators), I recommend Relativity: The Special and General Theory[1] by the man himself. It's a great explanation of relativity without the need to have a strong math background. He explains it in the form of thought experiments, as only he could do. "What if you were in a cage in space with a rope tied to the top and it was being pulled upward by a giant at a constant acceleration (simulating gravity)? How would you perceive the world?" (Spoiler: This is gravity.) "What if you were on a spinning disk and had a ruler and tried to calculate pi?" "What if you were on a train moving really fast and two lightning bolts struck at the same time?"

[1] https://www.amazon.com/Relativity-Special-General-Albert-Ein...

Get dozens of book recommendations delivered straight to your inbox every Thursday.