The Einstein Enigma Jose Rodrigues dos Santos
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
It was difficult to visualize, us traveling around Andromeda in 56 years (at speed of light) to return to Earth. The man more-or-less invented computer science. Einstein is the silent enigma that hovers over the proceedings, never addressed directly but hinted at in various ways. Mais tarde quando pesquisei na internet vi que o autor é o José Rodrigues dos Santos e o título do livro em português corresponde ao título em francês: “A fórmula de deus” (em inglês o título é “The Einstein enigma”). The man broke the German enigma cipher to help win World War II. To say Alan Turing is the Einstein of computer science would not do Turing justice. What does this have to do with Einstein? I remember my fascination with time when I read Einstein's theory. Então, esta é a sua chance de se comparar � genialidade do mestre. Dizem que o próprio Einstein bolou o enigma abaixo, em 1918, e que pouca gente, além dele, conseguiria resolvê-lo. One look at Beckwith's website and you'll know you're traveling in rarefied terrain. Our hero, Thomas, is approached by an Iranian agent who hires him to decipher a riddle hidden in a newly discovered manuscript by Albert Einstein called Die Göttesformel. Here is a glossary of a few terms, arbitrarily selected and including a few familiar terms redefined, that might be helpful in parsing the glorious enigma that is Einstein. Depending on how much you know about his life, a little or a lot. Bypass Gemini, by Joseph Lallo; The Heretic, by Joseph Nassise; John Gone, by Michael Kayatta; Journey to Hart's Halo – V1.0 Einstein's Enigma, by Lou Hood; Undersea, by Geoffrey Morrison. And it's not just the designer's proclivity for quoting Emerson, Picasso, and Einstein. The Einstein Enigma is a novel about God.