The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics As the Language of Nature

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Bantam Books, 1983 - Science - 333 pages
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Traces the development of the quantum theory, explains current understanding of the origin and structure of matter, and shows how scientists discover physical laws

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Review: The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature

User Review  - Mitch Allen - Goodreads

From as much as I read Pagels presents a reasonable survey of quantum theory, but nothing that I hadn't encountered elsewhere. The lack of any new ideas or perspectives and the uneven writing led me ... Read full review

Review: The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature

User Review  - Teresa - Goodreads

It's been 28 years since I last read this. I recall that I thought it excellent but will need to re-read it to be certain. I'm sure a few things are out-dated (the discover of the tau neutrino, for example, post dates the edition I have). Vive la science! Read full review

Contents

The Last Classical Physicist
3
Inventing General Relativity
24
The First Quantum Physicists
46
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