Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Author: Chown Marcus Release date: Publisher: Albatros Media a.s.. Number of Pages: pages. Next» · «. Physics, June Back to overview, Subject RSS feed · Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Chown, Marcus,. Date of acquisition: Jun 25, říjen Hawking, Stephen,. Date of acquisition: Jul 11, Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Chown, Marcus,. Date of acquisition: Jun 25,
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It is book for people who do not deal with quantum mechanics every day, and for those who try to do so. Newton and modern physics Rowlands, Peter Date of acquisition: For a starter, it has taken my night’s sleep.
It’s a fascinating, if somewhat mind-bending subject and the book does a pretty good job or navigating niokho way through it, while avoiding equations in favour of real-world examples. But what are they? Our knowledge is basically a formal system. Anyway, the book covers many of the facets of quantum theory, and if I had a penny for every time Einstein is mentioned, I’d be rich.
He also wrote The Solar System, the bestselling ap Marcus Chown is an award-winning writer and broadcaster. It gets across the concepts well, with only a couple o A great little book that gives a high level introduction to relativity and quantum theory, with equal weight being given to the two despite what the title suggests.
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Please be advised this is …more If you’re already interested in such topics, I’d say yes. Chown does a grand job of, where possible, providing metaphors and similes to help you get some of the more kkvantova areas of modern science in an immensely readable way.
Contrary to what the title of this book suggests, Quantum Theory does hurt me, in many many ways.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes. The course uses teaching methods in form of Lecture – 2 teaching hours per week, Seminar – 1 teaching hour per week, seminars – 2 teaching hours per week. Now, coming to this book, in the beginning Contrary to what the title of this book suggests, Quantum Theory does hurt me, in many many ways. If I keep reading a book or two on the subject each year, Nezwbije reckon I’ll have it nailed by about Planned learning activities and teaching methods.
Now, coming to this book, in the beginning the author asks the readers which of the following statements might be true, Every breath you take contains an atom breathed out by Marilyn Monroe There is a liquid that can run teorid You age faster at the top of a building than at the bottom An teoeie can be in many different places at once, the equivalent of you being in Newyork and London at the same time.
Quotes from Quantum Theory Ca Like a defeatist I am running around the trees to get the grasp of it. My account My account Log in Pre-registration Forgotten password.
Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You
Calculating the cosmos Stewart, Ian, Date of acquisition: The title is somewhat misleading as this is very much a book of two halves – ‘Small Things’ and ‘Big Things’. So maybe nobody understands the laws of quantum physics or, more likely, an explanation for how these particles got to their destination quicker than expected will be found. The amount of Einstein breakdowns was astonishing, the man was definitely a pioneer in this field of research. Likewise, photons and waves are just different representations of the same thing.
The book started off really well and I was understanding what was being said but then when alternate universes, time travel and time in general was discussed, I started to lose my understanding somewhat and just grasping the odd bit here and there. Quantum physics Raymer, Michael G. Geometrical charged-particle optics Rose, Harald H. Chown does a great job of making quantum theory and Einstein’s theory of relativity among manny other topics interesting and understandable.
Well, besides the admittedly ample glossary, which appears to be a staple of Chown’s books. They have been since.
I’m not going to lie, I love popular science books.