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Quantum electrodynamics - or QED, for short - is the revolutionary theory that explains how light and electrons interact. Thanks to richard Feynman and his colleagues, who won the Nobel Prize for their ground-breaking work in this area, it is also one of the rare parts of physics that is known for sure, a theory that has stood the text of time. Based on a series of lectures delivered to the general public at the University of California, Feynman here wittily explains the theory of quantum electrodynamics, the central aspect of much of modern physics.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lyndatrue - LibraryThing
I was amazed to see, in all those reviews of this book, that no one pointed out Feynman's play on words. Quod Erat Demonstrandum. For a more elegant, and lengthy work, I'd recommend Six Easy Pieces, or his beautiful three-volume set of the lectures on physics. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dcunning11235 - LibraryThing
Another great Feynman book. Every time I read something by him, I get re-excited about physics. Read full review