I shall post errata at this website as I find them.
If you discover any not listed below, please email email@example.com.
The web address given on page 27 for Einstein's 1905 paper no longer works. There is, however, a link to it at
p14: phenominally ---> phenomenally; 2nd paragraph, 4th line
p15: objection ---> object; last paragraph, 1st line
p23: the the ---> the; last line
p48: simutaneous ---> simultaneous; last paragraph, 2nd line
p154: nonrelavistic ---> nonrelativistic; 2nd line
p174: verticl ---> vertical; last paragraph, 4th line
p184: collosal ---> colossal; 4th paragraph, 2nd line
As of July, 2006, all of the above except for the web address have been corrected in the second printing.
Lee Groth has called my attention to a source of confusion. The lengths a, b, A, and B that appear from the paragraph on the bottom of page 141 through Equation (10.20) (including Figure 10.27) are not the same as the lengths a, b, A, and B that appear in Figure 10.21 and from Equation (10.21) to the end of page 143. In a new printing (in April or May 2007) the former set of lengths will be relabeled e, f, E, and F.
On page 92, 13th line below the figure, the last sentence of the paragraph should begin "So gray rocket 0 took 10 ticks to go two rockets...."
On page 143, line below equation (10.23), b/A should be b/a.
On page 91, line 2, the c in u/c should be squared.
On page 42, on the line below equation (4.31), the reference to equation (4.29) should be to equation (4.27).
On page 51, on the second line below equation (5.2), it should say "subtract the first equation from the second".
On page 131, in the figure caption, "equitemps and equilocs" should be "equilocs and equitemps", both on the third line and on lines 4 and 5; and on line five t-sub-b should be d-sub-a.
17 September 2012