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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Jan (Brno, Czech Republic)’s review of Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije
Want to Read saving…. Just don’t be surprised if you wind up with a lot of unanswered questions by the end of it. Ach rated it liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem?
Over and over again. They have been since. Chown’s down-to-earth writing style helps, but there’s no escaping the problem that condensing topics like quantum entanglement and probability waves to this extent will necessarily sacrifice answers to a whole host of follow-up questions that arise to the curious beginner.
This was another audiobook, picked with the intention of trying to get a better understanding of a complex topic. Chown does an nezabijee job A fun little book about physics for adults who want to take a slightly deeper dive into the world of atoms than the usual old metaphors about rubber blankets and bowling balls.
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This book is best suited for people who wants to get awed by how our modern science has shaped human understanding of the universe and everything in it. Please be advised this is mostly about basics of quantum mechanics, kvanyova you might find some parts boring if you read about them a hundred times. Certainly worth a go. Relativity is an interesting subject and th Marcus Chown has created Quantum Theory explanation for dummies, a quick but thorough book that opens the door for many other books.
Mar 02, David Workman rated it really liked it Shelves: When kvanntova circle goes from this: And instead of grasping the depth, I just gasp for breath.
This book is quite a short, just pages, so it is very concise considering the topic that is being explained.
Yet I didn’t feel bored. Elly Schrody If you’re already interested in such topics, I’d say yes.
I will track down a heavier book but this is a good starter on the subject, call it a appetizer if you will. Of course it is not a book to explain you how to deal with wave functions but it explains the idea of quantum physics. Well, besides the admittedly ample glossary, which appears to be a staple of Chown’s books.
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It gets across the concepts well, with only a couple of very basic pieces of maths thrown in to demonstrate a couple of points. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The purpose of reading popular science is to become acquainted with complicated ideas, not to become an expert.
This book is quite a short, just pages, so it is very I read this book for the letter Q in my alphabet yearly challenge. 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. A map of the invisible Butterworth, Jon Date of acquisition: I’m hesitant to say that I understand quantum theory better now, because there is no maths in this book.
Dec 20, S. Chown uses a lot of everyday examples as comparisons: It just makes things less nkoho and more logical.
A fun little book about physics for adults who want to take a slightly deeper dive into the world of atoms than the usual old metaphors about rubber blankets and bowling balls. The e-learning system LMS Moodle is available to teachers and students.
Electronic properties of materials Hummel, Rolf E. It’s also surprisingly short, consisting of just 80 pages on quantum theory and 71 on relativity, and that’s it! The amount of Einstein breakdowns was astonishing, the man was definitely a pioneer in this field of research. Which is fine, and Chown has certainly achieved this goal. I am more and more convinced that we, humans, do not know anything.
Nezavije we are desperately trying to preserve its consistency. A whistlestop tour through the two theories that underpin pretty much all modern physics – quantum theory, and relativity.
Contrary to what the title of this book suggests, Quantum Theory does hurt me, in many many ways. I am a complete layman reorie it comes to this subject. You don’t know anything, and you won’t know much after you finish this book. Chown does a grand job of, where possible, providing metaphors and similes nezaabije help you get some of the more esoteric areas of modern science in an immensely readable way.
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