7 edition of This Strange Quantum World & You found in the catalog.
May 21, 2007 by Blue Dolphin Publishing, Inc .
Written in English
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This Strange Quantum World and You is a book for those from 9 to 90 who wish to gain some understanding of this quantum world. This smaller-than-an-atom world can't be seen, but there are ways to gain insight into its workings.
This book is geared toward children and provides a few simple experiments that explain how energy and matter work/5(13). This Strange Quantum World and You is a book for those from 9 to 90 who wish to gain some understanding of this quantum world.
This smaller-than-an-atom world can be known only be suggestion. This book is geared toward children and suggests a few simple experiments to learn how the energy and the material part of our universe may work and that /5(14).
This Strange Quantum World and You is a book for those from 9 to 90 who wish to gain some understanding of this quantum world. This smaller-than-an-atom world can be known only be suggestion. This book is geared toward children and suggests a few simple experiments to learn how the energy and the material part of our universe may work and that Author: Patricia Topp.
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But according to the many worlds idea, there is another world where you made different choices. This weird idea is called the “many-world” interpretation of quantum mechanics. It is exciting to think about, but physicists have not found a way to test whether. Get this from a library.
This strange quantum world & you. [Patricia Topp] -- Explains how scientists discovered the different qualities of the smaller-than-an-atom world, including particles and waves, ripple patterns, interference patterns, and the theory that the universe. In some strange way they themselves had become a part of their own experiments.
This Strange Quantum World and You is a book for those from 9 to 90 who wish to gain some understanding of this quantum world. This smaller-than-an-atom world can be known only be suggestion. This Strange Quantum World and You is a book for those from 9 to 90 who wish to gain some understanding of this quantum world.
This smaller-than-an-atom world can be known only be suggestion. This book is geared toward children and suggests a few simple experiments to learn how the energy and the material part of our universe may work and that. The Strange World of Quantum Mechanics book.
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It’s possible to link together two quantum particles – photons of light or atoms, for example – in a special way that makes them effectively two parts of the same entity. You can then separate them as far as you like, and a change in one is instantly reflected in the other.
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Deftly unmasks quantum weirdness to reveal a strange but utterly wondrous reality.—Brian Greene As you read these words, copies of you are being created. Sean Carroll, theoretical physicist and one of this world's most celebrated writers on science, rewrites the history of 20th century physics.
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After briefly summar Brand: Cambridge University Press. Quantum physics has always been a source of mystery and delight. It is mysterious because it defies common sense: a world where atoms exist in two places at once, cats are simultaneously dead and alive, and particles exhibit a strange kind of telepathy.
It is a delight because we have learned to manipulate these strange phenomena. The strange implication is that the reality of the quantum world remains amorphous or indefinite until scientists start measuring.
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It’s possible to link together two quantum particles – photons of light or atoms, for example – in a special way that makes them effectively two parts of the same entity.
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