Quantum Reality: Beyond the New PhysicsIn this book, leading physicist Nick Herbert has created a key work which goes far deeper into its subject than the acknowledged classics in the field. Dr. Herbert addresses the ageold question: What is reality? by first explaining and then utilizing the discoveries and theories of modern physics. 
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User Review  cartomancer  LibraryThingThis book is really comprehensive towards the most commonly accepted ontologies, and goes over several of the major quantum oddities (the measurement problem, nonlocality, etc.) and gives the standard ... Read full review
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User Review  PJMazumdar  LibraryThingThis is a great book by Nick Herbert. This is a book that deals with the interpretation of Quantum Physics. But its importance is that it deals not with a 'spiritual' or 'mystical' understanding of ... Read full review
Contents
The Quest for Reality  1 
Physicists Losing Their Grip  15 
Quantum Theory Takes Charge  31 
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