By Dean Rickles
In the course of its 40 yr lifespan, string idea has regularly had the ability to divide, being referred to as either a 'theory of everything' and a 'theory of nothing'. Critics have even wondered even if it qualifies as a systematic conception in any respect. This publication adopts an aim stance, status again from the query of the reality or falsity of string concept and as a substitute targeting the way it got here to be and the way it got here to occupy its current place in physics. An unexpectedly wealthy background is published, with deep connections to our such a lot well-established actual theories. absolutely self-contained and written in a full of life model, the e-book will attract a large choice of readers from beginner to professional.
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A Brief History of String Theory: From Dual Models to M-Theory (The Frontiers Collection) by Dean Rickles