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Well written and makes a complex subject (relatively) easy to understand.
I don't have a Physics or Math background, and if you'd told me 10 years ago, that I'd buy AND read a book on Quantum Physics, I'd have chuckled.
To get from point A to Point B, you can read one or both of the books mentioned above.
I'm not a scientist. In fact I have never done science lessons, so for me even if it is supposed to be simple, I can make sense to this.Published 2 months ago by Marko Hubert
this book started off real well, and i love the author's point of view and how he expresses the topic at hand... Read morePublished 2 months ago by dario gerussi
It looks like some math symbols could not print correctly on my Samsung Galaxy Note 2! This looks like a problem.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazingly lucid description of very abstract concepts. Uses math as needed but not on an overwhelming way. Focuses on intuitive explanations and honest about what we cannot know.Published 4 months ago by Dr.Raj
Not even sure if he got it. But not your fault.
So I put 4 so I know it will be positive, but not overly so.
I thought I might be a bit more engrossed in this book, and I am to a point, It still can be a bit over my head, but then we are talking about physics. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Peggy M. Lewis
Rae makes a valiant attempt to bring the concepts of quantum physics a little nearer the understanding of the ordinary man. Set forth in clear, understandable prose.Published 8 months ago by Lindsay Burkholder