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Good illustrations of String and supersymmetry theory?

  1. Mar 3, 2006 #1
    I have Brian Greene's "The Elegant Universe", and am thinking about getting Lisa Randall's "Warped Passages" Yet I'd appreciate any suggestions on books that contain a much larger number of illustrations and graphic analogies.

    Scientific American often has good articles on M-theory, branes and string theory, with terrific illustrations. Are there books with a healthy amount of colorful and useful graphic visualizations?

    It would be a plus if said books had similar visuals for Supersymmetry or any other hypotheses about how to go beyond the standard model.

    Also, any thoughts on "The Cosmic Landscape : String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design" by Leonard Susskin?

    Thanks for your suggestions,

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