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Thanks so much, i'm looking for more introductory books, with math i can understand or little math involved at all.

For more details about the books i already have see my post in the Quantum forum.

Thanks again!

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Thanks so much, i'm looking for more introductory books, with math i can understand or little math involved at all.

For more details about the books i already have see my post in the Quantum forum.

Thanks again!

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A standard recommendation is *Spacetime Physics*, by Taylor and Wheeler.

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You should look at previous threads in the S&GR board and the book review board.

https://www.physicsforums.com/search.php?searchid=560675 [Broken]

I'll second the recommendation of*Spacetime Physics*. Get the red paperback, which had all the problems worked out in the back, if you can find it at the library or used.

Also, N. David Mermin,*It's About Time*.

https://www.physicsforums.com/search.php?searchid=560675 [Broken]

I'll second the recommendation of

Also, N. David Mermin,

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But that's alright, do you have any recommendations where i could learn about rapidity in the same context as the rest of the book?

Thanks!

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