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Quantum Weirdness: Einstein vs. Bohr By Andrea Diem-Lane
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This book is a brief introduction to the famous Einstein-Bohr debate over the implications of quantum theory with a special focus on the philosophical ramifications of Heisenberg's uncertainty... More > principle. We are fortunate that there exists a fairly extensive record of the conversations between these two eminent thinkers. Indeed, it isn't hyperbolic to call the Einstein-Bohr conflict one of the greatest intellectual debates of modern times, nay of any time period. This book begins with an overview of quantum theory and its early development. It also explores some of its weirder aspects, including the dual aspect of light quanta.< Less
Spooky Physics By Andrea Diem-Lane
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A brief introduction to the famous Einstein-Bohr debate over the implications of quantum mechanics.
Spooky Physics By Andrea Diem-Lane
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A brief introduction to the famous Einstein-Bohr debate over the implications of quantum mechanics.
The Quantum Text By David Lane
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This book explores various angles on quantum theory, with a special emphasis on the Einstein-Bohr debate about the implications of uncertainty and photon entanglement. Also included our the original... More > papers of Einstein, Bohr, and J.S. Bell on atomic physics.< Less
Spooky Physics: The Illustrated Edition By Andrea Diem-Lane
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This is the illustrated version of Dr. Andre Diem-Lane's earlier book, Spooky Physics, which was later published in a small paperback under the title Quantum Weirdness. Includes a detailed analysis... More > of the famous Einstein-Bohr debate over the future of physics. Fully illuminated with black and white photographs and graphs.< Less
Quantum Theory: A concise guide for beginners By Paul Bennett
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Quantum theory is a fascinating but notoriously difficult subject to master. However its impact on the modern world is considerable and it will be of increasing technological importance in the... More > future. Quite simply we live in a quantum world, and the aim of this book is to convey the basics of this subject and at the same time show how interesting and all-pervading this topic has become. Most of the explanation is given in terms of diagrams and simple descriptions, without recourse to the difficult mathematics that usually accompanies this subject. In the book I have attempted to convey the history and philosophy behind the theory, which has had a turbulent past and was even rejected by Einstein. The book commences with Planck’s introduction of his famous constant and its relevance to understanding light and progresses onto the application of quantum theory to the atom itself< Less
Is The Universe Really Made of Tiny Rubber Bands? A Kid's Exploration of String Theory By Shaun-Michael Lane
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This book explores the fascinating world of string theory and quantum physics from a kid’s perspective. Originally published as an interactive text, it soon became an international best seller... More > on Apple’s iBooks store and has been number one in the category of string theory on iTunes for the past two years. It is now available for the first time in print form. Fully illustrated and annotated.< Less
Quantum Theory: A concise guide for beginners By Paul Bennett
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Quantum theory is a fascinating but notoriously difficult subject to master. However its impact on the modern world is considerable and it will be of increasing technological importance in the... More > future. Quite simply we live in a quantum world, and the aim of this book is to convey the basics of this subject and at the same time show how interesting and all-pervading this topic has become. Most of the explanation is given in terms of diagrams and simple descriptions, without recourse to the difficult mathematics that usually accompanies this subject. In the book I have attempted to convey the history and philosophy behind the theory, which has had a turbulent past and was even rejected by Einstein. The book commences with Planck’s introduction of his famous constant and its relevance to understanding light and progresses onto the application of quantum theory to the atom itself. Other titles include "Special Relativity: A concise guide for beginners"< Less
Hyperspherical Harmonics and their Physical Applications By J.E. Avery and J.S. Avery
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This is a set of lecture notes for a course which will be given at The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, during the winter term, 2014.
The Ether Model & The Hand of God By Mark Antrobus, Francis V. Fernandes
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No electron in the Hydrogen atom. Quantum whacked at its root. Einstein is wrong. Particles ripple waves. Dogma is up for rebuttal. We are light. The void-I am.