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The author of the book: Jim Schnabel
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Edition: Natura Press
Date of issue: February 29th 2012
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A quick, math-free survey of quantum mechanics and its central conundrums.
Anyone who has had high-school physics should find it an easy read.
♦ how quantum mechanics emerged from classical physics
♦ Heisenberg and his Uncertainty Principle
♦ early interpretations of Schrödinger’s equations
♦ the two-slit experiment
♦ Einstein’s rebellion against the Copenhagen Interpretation
♦ the original purpose of the “Schrödinger’s cat” thought-experiment
♦ the deep problems of the Copenhagen Interpretation
♦ the rise of Hugh Everett’s Relative-State (“Many Worlds”) Interpretation
♦ decoherence theory and Quantum Darwinism
♦ quantum encryption and quantum computing
♦ existential and moral implications of the Many Worlds Interpretation
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Read information about the authorAmerican science writer.
Schnabel has written for Nature, Science, New Scientist, the Washington Post, The Guardian and the Independent.
Subjects of his books include: crop circles, alien abduction en psychic detectives.