Einsteins Moon: Bells Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality F. David Peat

ISBN: 9780809245123

Published: in 1990, this book covers the history of the development of quantum theory. Starting with Youngs double slit experiment in 1805, continuing to the discovery of energy quanta, Rutherfords discovery of the emptyness of atoms (1907-1911), Bohrs planetary structu...Read full review

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Good book but the concepts are a challenge since we are raised in a world of language that is not well suited to quantum reality.
I had to contemplate and reread several sections but the understanding is profound.
I think its well worth the brain strain to try to understa...Read full review
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Einsteins Moon: Bells Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality  by  F. David Peat

Einsteins Moon: Bells Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality by F. David Peat
in 1990, this book covers the history of the development of quantum theory. Starting with Youngs double slit experiment in 1805, continuing to the discovery of energy quanta, Rutherfords discovery of the emptyness of atoms (1907-1911), Bohrs planetary structu...Read full review
James

rated it4 of 5 stars
over 1 year ago

Good book but the concepts are a challenge since we are raised in a world of language that is not well suited to quantum reality.
I had to contemplate and reread several sections but the understanding is profound.
I think its well worth the brain strain to try to understa...Read full review
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Describes, in laypersons terms, the development of quantum theory and the philosophical problems it poses.



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