An excellent read, well written, and meticulously researched.
And although he tried his best he conceded the necessity of quantum explanations, something Einstein resisted to the end.
What really drives this book are the questions surrounding Planck’s character and the events in Germany from 1900-1947.
This book on Max Planck is not strictly a biography. It covers Planck’s life but does so with the purpose of showing the struggles of German science during Planck’s lifetime. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daniel Putman
I read this book for the same reason Edmund Hillary climbed Mount Everest - to be the second person ever to have done it.
Okay, crap. Read more