I love reading - whether I fully understand or not - source texts of ideas and theories that go on to become part of our lives, consciously or not. Le Horse's Mouth is my fancy name for the popular saying. You may or may not know that I've been a big Google Book Search fan, going all the way back to then. My recent trip via Book Search has been nothing but educational. Every once in a while I do a quick random dive into the vast Google Hole (sounds dirty, I know, but have you ever seen a clean hole? - umm, let's leave it at that) and see what I can gather within a few short minutes. Today's book, Albert Einstein's 'Relativity.' We all have heard of the term but how many of your friends - you always convince me you do - know what it actually means? Theory of Relativity is based on two of Einstein's theories. How did Einstein contribute in the translated version? Robert Lawson wrote:
No, I haven't read the book...yet. Call this post an expanded bookmark. But let's make it a little bit smoother for me later to get into the subject. A video is always nice. But first, do I really know much about him?