Publisher: Independently published
ASIN: B08PJMS1ZX, B08P9RH9QL
Are you perplexed if it’s possible to have the same object in two places at once? Are you trying to find answers if time travel is feasible today? Is it really possible to make laws of attraction work for you? Are you looking for a book that helps you to understand quantum physics easily, then this book is for you!
The thing with life and everything we know is that they are weird, and a lot of the time, paradoxical. The very fact that we are born to die, rather than live (in most people’s acceptation of life), is mind-blowing in itself. Yes, one might argue that we are filling with moments that make life meaningful between birth and death - and we agree with that.
Yet, if you take all that out of the equation, so to speak, you will very quickly conclude that the final destination of birth is death. It is a paradox of being alive if you want to put it this way.
For centuries, science has postulated unbeatable truths. And for centuries, the same unmatched facts have been ruthlessly demolished by the powerful guild that had elevated them to the state of absolute truths.
They said the Earth is flat, but then, they realized it isn’t.
Science does nothing else than to mirror our state - on the one hand, anchored in tradition, on the other hand, permanently disrupting itself from the boundaries of culture, science has never been as confusing, as exciting, and as mind-bogglingly beautiful as it is today.
This book covers the following topics:
Understanding the basic concepts of quantum physics
String theory and the theory of everything
The Bohr models
An overview of the enigmatic science
Franck-hertz experiment and others
Dimensions of quantum mechanics
Instability of classical atoms
Quantum physics - the battle
And much more!
Quantum Physics for Beginners is at the basis of all the technological innovations of today, from atomic energy to computer microelectronics, from digital clocks to lasers, semiconductor systems, photoelectric cells, diagnostic and treatment equipment for many diseases. In short, today we can live in a "modern" way thanks to Quantum Physics and its applications.
This comprehensive beginner’s guide to quantum mechanics explains the most important and stunning quantum experiments that show quantum physics is real.
Like children who are just learning how to distinguish colors and do experiments with crayons on paper, we may not fully understand it. But it will not be long before we can fully grasp the meaning of all this quantum gibberish.