The Book “So You Want to Be a Scientist?” written by Philip A. Schwartzkroin revolves around the physicist Albert Einstein (1879 to 1955) and his comments – he made about science, primarily that was in the honor of his senior peer, the physicist Max Planck (1858 to 1947).
At the time, when the comments about Planck made by Einstein’s were published – Einstein run away to Germany, in order to avoid any encounter, and they both never met again at any date and time of the history.
You would surely be curious to see the comments made by Einstein, as the comments primarily concerned with the science domain as a career, and the people closely linked to science have knowledge about this comment, yet the people outside science, have no any knowledge.
Many types of people try their best to dedicate themselves for the field of science, and not exclusively for science itself. Mostly people enter into this exclusive field, inasmuch as the science lends them finer sources to exhibit their exceptional knacks. For this sort of people, the science is a type of sport – how during the process of exercise in the field of sportsmanship – an athlete take pride of his strength and talent in playing field.
In addition to it, there is one more category of people, who enter into an exclusive field to lend their exclusive imagination and thinking, keeping the notion in view, that they would get fruitful and productive value in recompense, they are called scientists. They come into this field by the turn of course of time and situations.
The writer is stressing over the significance of research career, particularly to the basic and applied sciences, thus this book is a remarkably a productive and fruitful book to read.