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In Search of Schrödinger's Cat uantum Physics And Reality Book à 320 pages µ Feedmarkformulate à ❮KINDLE❯ ➚ In Search of Schrödinger's Cat uantum Physics And Reality ❦ Author John Gribbin – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk It is so shocking that EiH of Schrödinger's Epub #217 time travel the birth of the universe superconductors and life itself And in a world full of its own delights mysteries and surprises he searches for Schrödinger's Cat a search for uantum reality as he brings every reader to a clear understanding of the most important area of scientific study today uantum physic I'm reading this again after a few years so that when I give it to my girlfriend to read and EXPAND HER MIND I will be able to help guide her through it So far it has been a great intro to uantum mechanics It's supposed to be for the layman and it appears fairly basic but I have some background so it's hard for me to judge thatEDITWell it wasn't as good as I remember it Maybe it was the passage of time and the advancement of science maybe it was my own further studies in the field maybe it was own growth and change in preferences or maybe I just things didn't notice the first time Don't get me wrong; it's still good and I don't regret having read through it but Gribbin is certainly not the best writer out there on these subjects I would recommend Brian Greene but he always wants to throw a plug in for the wonders of string theory and how it will solve EVERY SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM EVER; IT WILL EVEN CURE CANCER AND OBESITY Even so Greene's description of the basic science is unparalleled If you want an introduction on these matters read the opening two thirds of either of his books The Elegant Universe or The Fabric of the Cosmos As for Gribbin he has trouble pacing and keeping his writing consistent He'll meander aimlessly and point out important subjects he'll describe later Worst his level of detail and reuired scientific background is horribly inconsistent From a relatively simple easy to follow and well suited for the layman explanation of the structure of the atom to his absurdly obtuse description of the most important experiment to confirm the predictions of uantum mechanics he leaves the reader fighting to piece together his point The book does show its age at parts but his amazement at PCs and LASERs does not change the fact that they are awesome and stem from the study of uantum mechanics A larger flaw is his matter of fact presentation of certain controversial theories as yeah that's the way it is; don't bother investigating further This book does have a lot of good information and does explain some aspects of uantum mechanics very well for someone with little experience but he kind of unravels at the end

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It is so shocking of Schrödinger's ePUB #185 that Einstein could not bring himself to accept it It is so important that it provides the fundamental underpinning of all modern sciences Without it we'd have no nuclear power or nuclear bombs no lasers no TV no computers no science of molecular biology no understanding of DNA no In Search MOBI # this book is fn awesomei read it in highschool and then again in college because while you're reading it it's like having a really good teacher who holds your attention and makes you understand unusual ideas but as soon as you finish and put it down you're like wait how does that work again so for me at least i have to be reading it to maintain that state of enlightenment maybe after a certain number of reads it will stick because i am not naturally good at this sort of subject this book explains generally the perplexing mind boggling paradoxical principles of uantum physics while relating the history of discoveries leading up to and through it including the discovery of the X RayI think this book is meant for laypeople you don't need to understand any euations but even for an expert I think having the history laid out like this and told in such a personable voice must be interesting and helpfulthis book also led me to read other books about heisenberg and einsteinit definitely make you think yeah it definitely makes you think

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In Search of Schrödinger's Cat uantum Physics And Reality194 genetic engineering at all John Gribbin tells the complete story of uantum mechanics a truth far stranger than any fiction He takes us step by step into an ever bizarre and fascinating place reuiring only that we approach it with an open mind He introduces the scientists who developed uantum theory He investigates the atom radiation Searc Gribbin seems to have a sound understanding of uantum mechanics and his writing is rather well crafted but sometimes I think he'd rather have been a historian than a physicist The first half of the book is mostly intricate historical accounts of the key players of the story of uantum mechanics over the last century Gribbin reveals the concepts very slowly which might not be a bad thing so this may seem a bit tedious at first However by the end the concepts are clear and complete At least up to the publication date anyway Being somewhat new to these concepts I'm not sure if I'm meshing too well with the opinions on parallel universes that Gribbin states at the end and the illustrations are badly placed only moderately insightful and actually contradict the text in places However I enjoyed this immensely and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a low to no math introduction to uantum mechanics