Relativity for the Questioning Mind

This World Wide Web page written by Dan Styer, Oberlin College Physics Department;
http://www.oberlin.edu/physics/dstyer/RelativityQM/;
last updated 18 September 2014.


Even before the book Relativity for the Questioning Mind was published by Johns Hopkins University Press, it had already earned a positive review.

Ten things you might not know about relativity.

What's up with those reported faster-than-light neutrinos?

How do the three principles of time dilation, length contraction, and the relativity of synchronization relate to the more traditional Lorentz transformation? Find out here.

My answer to problem 11.4 on page 102 of the book.

My answer to project 20.1, "How do you feel?", on page 169 of the book.