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Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics (Enlarged Text Edition) By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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ENLARGED TEXT EDITION Learn why future science will prove that “Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins,” and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today’s colleges and universities say no, but in this book Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick — and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all. < Less
Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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e-BOOK DOWNLOAD Learn why future science will prove that “Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins,” and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today’s colleges and universities say no, but in this book Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick — and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all. < Less
Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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TRADE PAPERBACK Learn why future science will prove that "Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins," and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today's colleges and universities say no, but Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick -- and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all. For a limited time only, advance release copies of this controversial new book are available exclusively at this location at a special introductory price. Broad public availability to order from mainstream book industry channels is expected soon at full retail price.< Less
Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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LIBRARY QUALITY HARDBACK Learn why future science will prove that "Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins," and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today's colleges and universities say no, but Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick -- and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all.< Less