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I highly recommend the book for all with an interest in the subject.
The story of the most absurd, funny, incomprehensible theory we have, and still the most effective and powerful of all physical theories: quantum mechanics.
This is a book well worth reading, even if you cannot follow all the physics.
Before I first started the book I was a big classical physics fan boy. Quickly my heart started to ache as I felt the old notions of classical mechanics slip away from me and I... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Joshua Marchant
This book is not for beginners. I used this as my first book on quantum mechanics and was left behind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric
Too ambitious and too complex. The author has a good concept in mind but in the chronological recount of the development he never could reach where the theory is now (after all the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by NJ
While not covering everything, this book does a very good job of hitting the highlights and providing the needed background information. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Richard H. Wachsman
This takes you from the begining of quantum theory to recent thoughts in a chronological progression that made it much more understandable to me. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Donald A. Holzworth
Jim Baggot tells a very exciting story from an important period in the development of modern physics, and the personalities involved.Published 13 months ago by Jarle mork
Engrossing. Gives you details of not only how quantum theory got developed, but also how personal interactions of the dominant scientists of this field happened - how they... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sumit Sharma