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Mr Tompkins in Paperback

Mr Tompkins in Paperback Author George Gamow
ISBN-10 9781107394520
Release 2012-03-26
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Since his first appearance over sixty years ago, Mr Tompkins has become known and loved by many thousands of readers as the bank clerk whose fantastic dreams and adventures lead him into a world inside the atom. George Gamow's classic provides a delightful explanation of the central concepts in modern physics, from atomic structure to relativity, and quantum theory to fusion and fission. Roger Penrose's foreword introduces Mr Tompkins to a new generation of readers and reviews his adventures in light of recent developments in physics.



Information and the Nature of Reality

Information and the Nature of Reality Author Paul Davies
ISBN-10 9781107684539
Release 2014-05-15
Pages 506
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From quantum to biological and digital, here eminent scientists, philosophers and theologians chart various aspects of information.



What is Life

What is Life Author Erwin Schrodinger
ISBN-10 9781107604667
Release 2012-03-26
Pages 184
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"What Is Life?" is Nobel laureate Erwin Schrödinger's exploration of the question which lies at the heart of biology. His essay, "Mind and Matter," investigates what place consciousness occupies in the evolution of life, and what part the state of development of the human mind plays in moral questions. "Autobiographical Sketches" offers a fascinating fragmentary account of his life as a background to his scientific writings.



Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics Author Alastair Rae
ISBN-10 9781107394483
Release 2012-03-26
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Quantum physics is believed to be the fundamental theory underlying our understanding of the physical universe. However, it is based on concepts and principles that have always been difficult to understand and controversial in their interpretation. This book aims to explain these issues using a minimum of technical language and mathematics. After a brief introduction to the ideas of quantum physics, the problems of interpretation are identified and explained. The rest of the book surveys, describes and criticises a range of suggestions that have been made with the aim of resolving these problems; these include the traditional, or 'Copenhagen' interpretation, the possible role of the conscious mind in measurement and the postulate of parallel universes. This new edition has been revised throughout to take into account developments in this field over the past fifteen years, including the idea of 'consistent histories' to which a completely new chapter is devoted.



Quantum Ontology

Quantum Ontology Author Peter J. Lewis
ISBN-10 9780190618797
Release 2016-06-13
Pages 240
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Metaphysicians should pay attention to quantum mechanics. Why? Not because it provides definitive answers to many metaphysical questions-the theory itself is remarkably silent on the nature of the physical world, and the various interpretations of the theory on offer present conflicting ontological pictures. Rather, quantum mechanics is essential to the metaphysician because it reshapes standard metaphysical debates and opens up unforeseen new metaphysical possibilities. Even if quantum mechanics provides few clear answers, there are good reasons to think that any adequate understanding of the quantum world will result in a radical reshaping of our classical world-view in some way or other. Whatever the world is like at the atomic scale, it is almost certainly not the swarm of particles pushed around by forces that is often presupposed. This book guides readers through the theory of quantum mechanics and its implications for metaphysics in a clear and accessible way. The theory and its various interpretations are presented with a minimum of technicality. The consequences of these interpretations for metaphysical debates concerning realism, indeterminacy, causation, determinism, holism, and individuality (among other topics) are explored in detail, stressing the novel form that the debates take given the empirical facts in the quantum domain. While quantum mechanics may not deliver unconditional pronouncements on these issues, the range of possibilities consistent with our knowledge of the empirical world is relatively small-and each possibility is metaphysically revisionary in some way. This book will appeal to researchers, students, and anybody else interested in how science informs our world-view.



Mr Tompkins in Wonderland

Mr  Tompkins in Wonderland Author George Gamow
ISBN-10
Release 1946
Pages 91
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Mr Tompkins in Wonderland has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Mr Tompkins in Wonderland also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Mr Tompkins in Wonderland book for free.



On Space and Time

On Space and Time Author John Polkinghorne
ISBN-10 9781107641686
Release 2012-03-26
Pages 303
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Gets to the heart of science by asking a fundamental question: what is the true nature of space and time?



Schr dinger

Schr  dinger Author Walter Moore
ISBN-10 9781316453971
Release 2015-10-06
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Erwin Schrödinger was a brilliant and charming Austrian, a great scientist, and a man with a passionate interest in people and ideas. In this, the first comprehensive biography of Schrödinger, Walter Moore draws upon recollections of Schrödinger's friends, family and colleagues, and on contemporary records, letters and diaries. Schrödinger's life is portrayed against the backdrop of Europe at a time of change and unrest. His best known scientific work was the discovery of wave mechanics, for which he was awarded the Nobel prize in 1933. Schrödinger led a very intense life, both in his scientific research and in his personal life. Walter Moore has written a highly readable biography of this fascinating and complex man, which will appeal not only to scientists but to anyone interested in the history of our times, and in the life and thought of one of the great men of twentieth-century science.



Philosophical problems of quantum physics

Philosophical problems of quantum physics Author Werner Heisenberg
ISBN-10 UVA:X002473502
Release 1979-06
Pages 126
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Philosophical problems of quantum physics has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Philosophical problems of quantum physics also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Philosophical problems of quantum physics book for free.



Physics and Philosophy

Physics and Philosophy Author Werner Heisenberg
ISBN-10 0141182156
Release 2000
Pages 176
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Nobel Prize winner Werner Heisenberg's classic account explains the central ideas of the quantum revolution, and his celebrated Uncertainty Principle. The theme of Heisenberg's exposition is that words and concepts familiar in daily life can lose their meaning in the world of relativity and quantum physics. This in turn has profound philosophical implications for the nature of reality and for our total world view. 'It carries the reader, with remarkable clarity, from the esoteric world of atomic physics to the world of people, language and the conception of our shared reality' Paul Davies.



Alice in Quantumland

Alice in Quantumland Author Robert Gilmore
ISBN-10 0387914951
Release 1995-07-21
Pages 184
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Hurry, hurry, hurry! Step right up! Welcome to Quantumland! Fall into an atom and dodge electrons! See the amazing Emperor think his clothes into existence! Dance with the Three Quark Brothers at the Particle MASSquerade! An you need is a sense of adventure-no mathematics required! Alice in Quantumland is Robert Gilmore's amazing fantasy ride through the landscape of quantum physics-the interrelated group of theories on the nature of subatomic particles that modern scientists use to, explain the physical universe. Through the allegory of Alice's adventures and encounters, Gilmore makes the essential features of the quantum world clear and accessible. It is a thrilling introduction to some essential, often difficult-to-grasp concepts about the world we inhabit. You've heard about Alice's adventures through the looking glass. Well, Alice is about to embark on another amazing journey. She's going to shrink again-to the size of a nuclear particle-but she's not going down the rabbit hole. She's headed for Quantumland. And what is Quantumland? Think of it as an intellectual amusement park smaller than an atom, where every ride, game, and attraction demonstrates a different aspect of quantum mechanics-the often baffling, always intriguing theoretical framework that seems to provide the most accurate explanations of the way things arc in the physical world. In this masterful blend of fantasy and science, Robert Gilmore uses the allegory of Alice's travels to make the uncertainty principle, Pauli's principle, high-energy particle physics, and other crucial parts of quantum theory accessible and exciting. Once in Quantumland, Alice experiences various quantum effects (at one point going backward in time and running into herself). She also meets a number of strange characters who help her (and you) understand the nature of the quantum world. There is: * the Uncertain Accountant, whose attempts to balance the books at the Heisenberg Energy Bank arc being flummoxed by energy fluctuations; * the State Agent, Who shows Alice how atoms can bc two places at once; * the Three Quark Brothers, who take Alice around the floor in one of the Castle Rutherford's famous Collider Dances; * the Emperor, whose conscious mind makes his new clothes real; and more. Cleverly conceived and written, and delightfully illustrated, Alice in Quantumland brings some crucial yet often elusive scientific concepts within reach of the everyday reader. You don't need to know much about mathematics to follow our heroine's escapades. There is only one equation in the entire book! All you need is a taste for intellectual adventure and healthy curiosity about the world around us.



Thirty Years that Shook Physics

Thirty Years that Shook Physics Author George Gamow
ISBN-10 9780486135168
Release 2012-05-11
Pages 240
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Lucid, accessible introduction to the influential theory of energy and matter features careful explanations of Dirac's anti-particles, Bohr's model of the atom, and much more. Numerous drawings. 1966 edition.



Erwin Schrodinger and the Quantum Revolution

Erwin Schrodinger and the Quantum Revolution Author John Gribbin
ISBN-10 9781118331880
Release 2013-03-15
Pages 336
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A lively, fascinating biography of the father of quantum mechanics by the bestselling author of the science classic, In Search of Schrödinger's Cat Erwin Schrödinger, best known for his famous “Schrödinger's Cat” paradox, is one of the most famous physicists of the early twentieth century and a member of a new generation of quantum physicists, including Werner Heisenberg, Paul Dirac, and Niels Bohr. Yet Schrödinger's scientific discoveries only scratch the surface of what makes him so fascinating. More rumpled than Einstein, a devotee of eastern religion and philosophy, and infamous for his alternative lifestyle, his major contribution to physics—and the work for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1933—was to some extent a disappointment to him. Regardless, Schrödinger's masterpiece became an important part of the new physics of his time. This book tells the story of Schrödinger's surprisingly colorful life during one of the most fertile and creative moments in the history of science. The first accessible, in-depth biography of the Nobel Prize-winning Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger Takes you into the heart of the quantum revolution and explains the captivating world of quantum mechanics, which underpins all of modern science Written by bestselling author John Gribbin, one of today's greatest popular science writers whose other books include In Search of Schrödinger's Cat , In Search of the Multiverse, and Alone in the Universe



Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge

Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge Author Niels Bohr
ISBN-10 9781787208933
Release 2017-01-12
Pages 97
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This collection of articles, which were first published in 1958 and written on various occasions between 1932 and 1957, forms a sequel to Danish physician Niels Bohr’s earlier essays in Atomic Theory and the Description of Nature (1934). “The theme of the papers is the epistemological lesson which the modern development of atomic physics has given us and its relevance for analysis and synthesis in many fields of human knowledge. “The articles in the previous edition were written at a time when the establishment of the mathematical methods of quantum mechanics had created a firm foundation for the consistent treatment of atomic phenomena, and the conditions for an unambiguous account of experience within this framework were characterized by the notion of complementarity. In the papers collected here, this approach is further developed in logical formulation and given broader application.”



The Golem

The Golem Author Harry M. Collins
ISBN-10 9781107604650
Release 2012-03-29
Pages 204
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Second edition of a very well received title which demystifies science and is highly readable on complex subjects.



From Micro To Macro Adventures Of A Wandering Physicist

From Micro To Macro  Adventures Of A Wandering Physicist Author Vedral Vlatko
ISBN-10 9789813229532
Release 2018-02-08
Pages 192
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This is a popular science book exploring the limits of scientific explanation. In particular, it debates if all sciences will ultimately be reducible to physics. The journey starts with physics itself, where there is a gap between the micro (quantum) and the macro (classical) and moves into chemistry, biology and the social sciences. Written by a practising scientist, this volume offers a personal perspective on various topics and incorporates the latest research. Contents: Prologue: The Point of It All Physics and its Troublesome Gap Chemistry and Computing: Lost in Translation Biology: The Biggest Gap of Natural Science Uniting the Natural Sciences Economics Sociobiology Conclusion: Can We Bridge the Social-Natural Science Gap? Epilogue: The World, the Flesh and the Devil Acknowledgements References Index Readership: Students, general public, academic professionals. Keywords: Interdisciplinary;Reductionism;Quantum;ComputationReview:0



A Life of Erwin Schr dinger

A Life of Erwin Schr  dinger Author Walter J. Moore
ISBN-10 0521469341
Release 1994-08-26
Pages 349
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Erwin Schrödinger was a brilliant and charming Austrian, one of the greatest scientists of the twentieth century, and a man with a passionate interest in people and ideas. He was best known for the discovery of wave mechanics, which won him the Nobel Prize for Physics, but his most influential book What Is Life? served to attract some of his brightest scientific contemporaries into molecular biology.