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Great book. This is the way science should be taught in schools. Not as a problem solving tool.Published 1 day ago by GLEN CANESSA Vicencio
A fine history book, engaging, informative, and an appropriate level of technical detail for avid readers of popular books about science. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. FRANCIS
Thrilling book , a mixture of science and history on the most misterious scientific topic.Published 2 months ago by deliyannis theodore
This book is about all the main players in the development of Quantum Mechanics. It details the contribution and work of each of those men and women in developing the theory of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by William G. Nyilas
Great book to read. Quick delivery, book in as good a shape or better than guaranteed.Published 3 months ago by nayan B Trivedi
excellent narrative. comprehensive. i still think einstein was/is right. bohr wrong...his views influenced by his social agenda (free will, etc.)..Published 3 months ago by John Mcdonald
Should be required reading for physics majors. It helps understand the discoveries leading to modern physics.Published 4 months ago by lda