Theories for Everything : An Illustrated History of Science
'Theories for Everything' highlights the rich and compelling stories behind science's most incredible discoveries. Tables of quick facts and useful analogies make the theories easy to grasp, while the narrative text gives the reader a platform to take their investigations further.
- Hardback | 408 pages
- 193.04 x 248.92 x 38.1mm | 1,292.75g
- 02 Dec 2006
- National Geographic Books
- Washington, United States
About John Langone
John Langone was a veteran science journalist and author who had been an editor at both "Discover" and "Time" magazines, and a contributor to the science section of the "New York Times, " as well as a Kennedy Fellow at Harvard, a Fulbright fellow in Tokyo, and a fellow at the Center for the Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. His previous books for National Geographic were "The Mystery of Time" and "The New How Things Work."