"A gripping account of the history of quantum mechanics and a clear description of its significance--and weirdness. Absolutely fascinating." -- Isaac AsimovA site visitor writes:
I thought I would suggest an excellent book on Quantum Physics, that is written for someone who wishes to read instead of study a book of equations. It's called Taking the Quantum Leap by Fred Alan Wolf. It's the best introduction to Quantum physics I've ever read, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the quantum universe.
To which I responded:
Thanks a bunch. Have you read In Search of Schrodinger's Cat? I own it but haven't read it yet. If you have read it, can you compare the two a bit for me?
Yes, actually I have read it. Although it was a while back. It was an excellent book, however Taking the Quantum Leap covers more bases in a more down-to-earth manner. In other words, it's a more well rounded book about quantum physics. I'd definitely recommend reading Taking the Quantum Leap before In Search of Schrodinger's Cat. [an error occurred while processing this directive]