Armchair Physics is an interactive guide that's part of a series of fascinating subjects - physics, algebra, and chemistry. They contain clear and concise explanations of different concepts, as well as profiles of key thinkers and their discoveries. A unique feature of this series are the simple, step-by-step exercises. Some of these have everyday applications, others are theoretical puzzles, and all are designed to challenge you and test your newly acquired knowledge. Written in a highly readable style suitable for any audience. The aim of each book is to convey the basic principles of a subject - and the stories behind them - to anyone who is interested in learning about the universe around them, with an emphasis on how these seemingly abstract principles relate to everyday experiences.
Armchair Physics covers the history and development of physics and is an interesting refresher book on the subject. It's great as a study guide for the student or an introduction for the everyday savant. Readable, understandable, it is a brilliant tool to better understand the broad ideas in physics.