DANCE OF THE PHOTONS: From Einstein to Quantum Teleportation

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A complex but ultimately rewarding exploration of the weird world of quantum physics, which describes the behavior of atomic and subatomic particles.For example, light moves in both waves and particles, depending on the experiment. Quantum measurements can't precisely locate a particle such as an electron, and a researcher can only give statistical odds that it's in a particular spot (anywhere in ... Read full review

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Whilst i applaud any effort to produce a book that makes any science more accessible, i have to say that i found " Dance of the Photons" to be frustratingly patronising. A number of holes and contradictions seem to be papered over with statements and phrases that assert that you don’t need to know the details, you just need to know that this is how it is. As a piece of educational literature this just doesn’t work for me. Fortunately this has not put me off the subject.

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