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===Books===
===books===
*''The Elegant Universe'' by Brian Greene
'''The Elegant Universe'''<br>
*''The Fabric of the Cosmos'' by Brian Greene
by Brian Greene


===Videos===
'''The Fabric of the Cosmos'''<br>
by Brian Greene


===videos===
Brian Greene's 2003 documentary [http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/ The Elegant Universe], based on his book, is an excellent introduction to string theory.  It is available in three parts on [http://video.google.com/ Google Video] (legally?) if you search for "string theory".


*Brian Greene's 2003 documentary ''[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/ The Elegant Universe]'', based on his book, is an excellent introduction to string theory.  It is available in three parts on [http://video.google.com/ Google Video] (legally?) if you search for "string theory".
===websites===
[http://superstringtheory.com/ The Official String Theory Web Site]


===Websites===
[http://www.sukidog.com/jpierre/strings/ Superstrings!] has a tutorial and further links on string theory
 
*[http://superstringtheory.com/ The Official String Theory Web Site]
*[http://www.sukidog.com/jpierre/strings/ Superstrings!] has a tutorial and further links on string theory

Revision as of 23:41, 20 December 2006

books

The Elegant Universe
by Brian Greene

The Fabric of the Cosmos
by Brian Greene

videos

Brian Greene's 2003 documentary The Elegant Universe, based on his book, is an excellent introduction to string theory. It is available in three parts on Google Video (legally?) if you search for "string theory".

websites

The Official String Theory Web Site

Superstrings! has a tutorial and further links on string theory