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Great, interesting read. I have a little college science, but was so often able to grasp some quantum ideas and keep moving through the story line. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg Bowers
Being a retired experimental PhD in physical chemistry I am fully aware of my limitations to understand modern physics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by oldcaman
I'd give this book about a 4.3 but unfortunately here I have to round it to 4.
I'm sure many people who aspire to read a Richard Feynman biography know something about... Read more
I happen to be a feynman fan. This book traces the life of Feynman through his science. I found it an interesting readPublished 5 months ago by jt
I'm an ex-physicist, so to speak, so I really appreciate the excellence of Krauss's presentation. Then again, I like all of Lawrence's books. But this one especially. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John David Cummings
With the disclaimer that Richard Feynman is my all-time favorite physicist, I thought this was a great book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
Interesting, but there is no way to make quantum theory understandable, even to science nerds like me. Gene S.Published 7 months ago by Jane Silberberg