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I found myself reading sections several times over to get the most out of it.
Books like this one give me enough mental fuel to stretch my imagination when pondering the natural world around me as well as existing and future technology.
Chad Orzel writes a very clear, readable book using his dog Emmy to explain the physics of quantum mechanics.
I'm loving it so far... It has nice little historical detours and very nice humor and some simple math equations... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Heintze
I taught quantum physics to my cat and he disappeared! He vanished in a puff of logic (It made a virtual sound which sounded sort of like one hand clapping). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zen Master Mojo
Bought this on recommendation of a physics major friend. LOVE IT! Conversational, funny, and actually deals with the physics in a sensible way.Published 3 months ago by Heather Somervail
Fun treatment of the subject. Enjoyed discussing the concepts with my kids.Published 3 months ago by Andy
If my high school teacher had taught me physics in this funny way, I would have been a PhD in Physics.
Pity, there are not so many IF in my world. Read more
Very interesting book. I think Mr.Orzel has done a comprehensive piece of work and it can be a good choice for beginners.Published 5 months ago by MuddyGray
Written in an easy to read manner suitable for the layman....Published 5 months ago by robert debuck
As a physician with a distant physics background l really wasn't sore how much I could get out of a book like this. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael G.
Excellent all the way around. I would buy from them again. Very satisfied overall.Published 6 months ago by William Riddel