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Mr Tompkins in Paperback (Canto imprint) (containing Mr. Tompkins in Wonderland and Mr. Tompkins Explores the ...
Cambridge University Press (Canto Imprint), 1965
Physics made accessible for everyone
Mr. Tompkins in Wonderland, and Mr. Tompkins Explores the Atom, are two adorable gems by physicist George Gamow. In story format, Gamow presents important concepts to the general public. The themes are dated -- e.g., Mr. Tompkins attends lectures in order to win the favor of a professor whose daughter he wishes to court; however, the style is nevertheless effective -- and funny. There is ...
Lewis Carroll Epstein
Not Enough Stars for This One
In attempting to learn Einstein's theories of relativity (both special and general) I've accumulated pounds of books and DVD's, and no kidding, this is the best one yet. Not only is this book better than all of the others combined, but it's really all you need. As the title implies, the author uses primarily a visual approach to explain these theories. Most of the book deals with special ...
A Happy Pocket Full of Money
Xlibris Corporation, 2008
If you are lucky enough to stumble on this page, do not pass this book up!
I have read everything from "think and grow rich", the abraham and esther hicks material, michael losier's "law of attraction, "the secret", etc. etc. etc. and I thought this book would be another rehash of the law of attraction, quantum physics material. Well, yes there is inevitable repetition, but the great thing is, Gikandi puts it in a way that my mind can wrap around the material and truly ...
The God Patent
Vox Novus, 2009
A Search for the Soul in All of Us
With this book, the author takes us on a search for the human soul on both literal and metaphorical levels. The book conveys a deeply moving and thought provoking story of boundaries, limits, and the human drive to transcend them. The rich portraits painted of the characters make them come alive in all their strengths, weaknesses, and contradictions. Part science fiction, part ...
QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter (Princeton Science Library)
Richard P. Feynman
Princeton University Press
Feynman is so masterful that he makes everything perspicuous. The book tells you what complex numbers (those things that you learned in high school) are for (amongst other things of course). It also tempts you to interpret the quantum nature of light - but you have also been warned by Feynman not to (page 9). You will have the chance of having Feynman himself explaining Feynman diagrams. You ...
The Code Book - Evolution Of Secrecy From Mary Queen Of Scots To Quantum Cryptography
Anchor / Random House
what the others said
This book is one of the most highly-rated non-fiction books on Amazon, and for good reason. I won't reiterate the other reviews except to say that the clarity of presentation of complex material is extraordinary. The one caveat is that the book is now ten years old, so you'll need to look for something beyond this to bring you up to the present.
Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (and a Way to Get There from Here)
Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D.
Harmonizing the head with the heart
I didn't find this the most readable of books initially, as I couldn't tell where it was going. But when I really got into it, I began to appreciate it. The subject-matter of the book affects all our personal lives - the very existence of the planet, and in fact has broad metaphysical ramifications. I haven't previously read any book quite like it. The authors examine various myths entrenched ...
Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe: An Adventurers Guide
Gentle journey to understanding the wave structure of matter
The wave structure of matter model, or the spherical resonance model, explains such things as the structure of the electron, charge, gravity and magnetism as waves and wave interactions without the need for probability and additional dimensions. In this book, Milo Wolff gently explains this model in a way that a layman can understand. There is the occasional formula but the textual explanations ...
QED: The strange theory of light and matter (Alix G. Mautner memorial lectures)
Richard Phillips Feynman
Princeton University Press
It takes a genius to make it simple
Feynman picks the thing that is simplest in the quantum world, a single particle, and explains it using no math. Instead of equations, the quantum theory in this book consists entirely of pictures. But this is not a popularization in the usual sense. This is not gossip about science. This actually is quantum theory in a very simple case. For anyone who wants to know how the universe is put ...
Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics
Frederick W. Byron
Robert W. Fuller
Not an easy read, but a complete one
This book is complete and concise. Often concise means missing details, but not in this case. This is not an easy and breezy read. It is a densely packed little book with each page full of critical information on approaches to problems, so it will likely be slow going - it was for me. In the end, however, you will understand the information being presented at a price tag that is often one fifth ...
Evolution of Physics
Very good for many different readers
As the authors state, ".. thought and ideas, not formulas, are the beginning of every physical theory". True to this statement, this book focuses on thoughts and ideas and does not use any formulas at all. This makes it good as an adjunct for standard texts that contain the formulas, but not as a substitute for such books. This book is divided into four sections: the rise of the mechanical ...
Don't Read This...Your Ego Won't Like It!
Baron Mastery Institute, 2010
Dov Baron - A Master Among Masters!
The Self Development World meets The Quantum Physics World. This is the first book that has helped open my mind to see and comprehend concepts beyond any book I've ever read. I've read, studied and own hundreds of books on self development, quantum physics, psychology, etc and this is the one of the best of the best books I've ever read and studied! I questioned and challenge so many things in ...
Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science
Harper Perennial Modern Classics
Fascinating insights from a great physicist.
This little book is highly recommended to anyone interested in the philosophical implications of the new paradigms of physics of the twentieth century, ...relativity and quantum theory. It is especially fascinating to hear first hand from, Werner Heisenberg, having been a key player in the development of quantum mechanics and the Copenhagen interpretation. Heisenberg, very nicely, presents a ...
The Path of the Dreamhealer: The Quantum World of Energy Healing
Not just remarkable...
The Path of the Dreamhealer is not just remarkably well written, it turns out to be a very penetrating account of the human spirit in relationship to the cosmic whole. Adam guides us with precision ease through the Creation, how our body, mind and spirit integrate into all that is in such an easy to read and grasp format. Its illustrations well enhance the effectiveness of the processes ...
Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applications
The best QM text out there. Period.
If you wanna ace your exams and homeworks then this book is all you'll ever need! There's no match to Zettili's text in problem-solving area. It's simply magic! Every topic is worked out rigorously to smallest details. Dr. Zettili not only tells you the abstract formalism found anywhere else, he actually SHOWS you how to use it when it comes to the "real" world. His effort is priceless and the ...
Quantum of Paperless: Partner's Guide to Accounting Firm Optimization
Roman H Kepczyk
A "must read" for any CPA
In this slim, easy-to-read volume, Kepczyk has captured all the essential information about Technology for the modern CPA firm. Not only does he provide good information, he includes the tools you need to analyze your firm's situation and make the right moves ahead. The advice is current, succinct and direct -- this is a "must read" for any CPA in practice today. Highly recommended. Chris ...
Riding the Wave (The Wave Book 1)
Red Pill Press
Into the Rabbit Hole We Go....
Being the first set of the series, this book opens the door to many great and most definitely shocking ideas about this strange world we live in. I have always felt there is something amiss about this 'reality' we are perceiving and this book finally helped me to put my finger on it. This books weaves a fine thread through many subjects and only begins touch on the deeper nature of reality we ...
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
One Of The Best Quantum Texts
Don't let anyone tell you quantum mechanics is easy because it isn't. It is the hardest subject anyone can even attempt to learn. In my experience most books are written by people who are too brilliant and use maths which is too advanced for the average non-brilliant person to understand. This book is one of the best simple introductions to quantum mechanics I have read. Yes there is a lot of ...
The universe and Dr. Einstein (Time reading program special edition)
Lincoln Kinnear Barnett
the book that changed my life
I first read this book in sixth grade, and was completely blown away by it. It inspired me to become a physicist. Ten years later, I completed my S.B. in physics at MIT. Eighteen years later, I completed my Ph.D. in physics at Berkeley. Today, almost 40 years later, I am a physicist in Silicon Valley. Physics still enthralls me. I occasionally reread this book, and it still inspires me. Thank ...
Little, Brown and Company
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi plays golf
I'd heard of transcendental meditation since the mid-70's and always found it fascinating. I never paid the exorbitant fee they wanted to learn it, but understood enough of the fundamentals that I could apply it to some things in my life. This was the first book about golf that actually used those principles. I had been in the Navy for quite a while and had the opportunity to play golf at many ...
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