What is Quantum Mechanics?: A Physics Adventure

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Transnational College of LEX.
Language Research Foundation, 1996 - Science - 566 pages
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User Review  - JohnCR437 - LibraryThing

I've never seen or read a book like this one. If you are tired of reading ABOUT quantum mechanics and are ready to learn the actual mathematical formalism (and its history), then this is the book for ... Read full review

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User Review  - Azeem - Goodreads

This book is a great way to learn about quantum mechanics from people that aren't experts. They start with the basics and go into the detailed math with lots of steps in between. Not for everyone, but ... Read full review


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The Transnational College of LEX (TCL) in Tokyo, Japan, is a research institute run by the Hippo Family Club, an organization dedicated to the natural acquisition of many languages and to cultural exchange programs. At TCL the subjects of study are the natural science of language and humanity. The students at TCL approach mathematics, physics, biology, and other subjects from a viewpoint that transcends disciplines. They are especially interested in investigating how humans acquire language and in developing a natural learning environment. TCL students gather information, research, and discover together. They are aided by Senior Fellows, experts in their fields who are invited to speak about topics of interest in their own research.

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