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EXCELLENT piece of work. It does not matter, if you are only a layman interested in this field of physics or if you have a PhD, based on work done in relation to quantum mechanics (QM). EVERYONE will search something to expand their knowledge about this subject or remember the fundamentals, which are the cornerstone in every field of science, but are over a lot of years easily forgotten, because we treat them as granted. Speaking from my own experiences, this can be a costly mistake - yes, seeing, discovering and understanding smaller and smaller pieces of the 'puzzle' is very rewarding, but carries with it the inherent danger to lose sight of the huge and whole picture. Never in our pursuit of knowledge this has become so apparent, than in times we live now! The material presented here, is more than immense (compliment to the author: Your love for QM must really be enormous, to complete such a large task and I have difficulties in imagining, how the heck you were successful, just by thinking about the enormous size of this still poorly and relatively fresh field in physics, though it is one of the fundamental sciences) and even more important, written in a style, that is not 'dry' (a 'trap' in which a lot of famous science writers fall, if they lack the imagination needed, how to create material, that can often be literary boring, if you are not constantly 'spicing' up the material. A easy example (or tip if you will): Humour and anecdotes are amazing locations to begin with anywhere, where it's clear from the beginning, tha much effort will be not just required, but 'a must'.), but exactly the opposite - 'fluid'. Add to all that, also a lot of of the possibilities, which are today not only available, but a necessity, just to create the reader easier to navigate trough the seemingly never ending material and the end effect is a masterpiece I can only highly recommend.
It's a curated list of articles ripped from Wikipedia. Not much else to say, except the constant ad banner (not shown in the screenshots) is rather distracting and takes up screen true estate - £2 to remove is is also rather distasteful since they're solely making cash from content others have written for free.
It's mostly just info from wikipedia. There's a text to voice reader, but it doesn't deal well with word breaks or names. So, what this application provides beyond what I can obtain by just going to wikipedia doesn't work to my satisfaction. I don't really see much of a point in having this app.
As one other rater stated, just about all the information comes from Wikipedia. I happen to like Wikipedia, but one thing that I can obtain from Wikipedia for free that this application charges for, is downloading photos for offline use- it's just not something I'm prepared to pay for when I can obtain it from their source for free. If that was free, I would give them 4 stars. To obtain 5, they need multiple sources and a bit more editorial creativity.
if you are an amateur, hobbyist , somewhat literate in physics person, this is a necessity. I'm all of those. I've poked around in enough books on quantum physics to consider myself knowledgeable. which means i understand about 3 percent of what i've read. but John Bell has added some wonderful insights to that 3 percent. observables vs be-ables. the reduction of the wave packet vs the collapse of the wave packet. I realized, after some thought, that this book may have replaced the "secret knowledge of water" as my favorite book on the planet and that, were I ever to be graced with being able to meet and talk to one man about stuff, it would be John Bell. I just loved this book. be somewhat grounded in physics - maybe only a small - but add it to your bookshelf
Ok, before I obtain some comments about this review, I should mention that I'm here talking about not only the book itself, but the Kindle edition. The book and its content is certainly 5 start: this is a book written by a very insightful physicists, and its collection of papers is exceptional. But the Kindle edition is terrible. Two main issues create me give a low rating for the Kindle edition. First, and most important, the inline mathematical expressions are often nonsense (sometimes it is simple to figure out, when for example a lambda in an equation was "mistaken" during conversion for a k; other times, it takes a large amount of time to understand what the conversion mistake was), apparently because during conversion from text to electronic format they didn't bother to double check inline formulas or expressions. Second, the figures and the displayed formulas are not readable in some devices (e.g., Kindle paperweight), and you'll have to probably either figure out what the figures are yourself or begin the book in another device where they are displayed better (in my case, the iPad, but not my computer). So, overall, the Kindle ver of this book should be avoided; thus the low average star (I give the Kindle a -1, as I don't hate it but search it not useful).
This is an perfect book. John S. Bell had one of the most subtle minds among 20th century physicists, and this book provides a very clear window into that mind.Unfortunately, the formulas he provides in his essays are unreadable in the Kindle version. Were it not for this, I would have given the book five stars instead of four. This is not the only book that Amazon has messed up in the same manner. They need to search a method to show technical material in readable formats on the Kindle. I recommend getting the paper ver of this book, but not the Kindle the way, Bell's analysis of the rocket ship thought experiment was 100% correct. The trick is to acc for relativity of simultaneity. Both rocket motors fire at the same moment in the observer's reference frame, so the distance between the rockets remains constant in that frame, but the rocket motors do not fire at the same time in the string's reference
Essential for anyone interested in the foundation of Quantum Mechanics. The first and most popular paper may have been written hurriedly with some steps skipped in the derivation of the popular inequality and some notation that could have been improved, but perhaps Bell anticipated less interest in his work than the avalanche of enthusiasm that followed. In a lot of of the later papers, Bell proves himself to be a talented technical writer with a keen sense of what is relevant and an admirable expressiveness, with some humorous moments that entertain as well as enlighten.
Another staple of the quantum mechanic's r a book with a wide intended audience, it still manages to be significant as a reference, which is a remarkable feat. It is also very well written.
A lot of people use Bell's inequality in statements such as "Bell's inequality PROVES there is no classical determinism."Not according Bell!A worthy read for all those serious about the philosophical impacts of quantum mechanics.
Can and should be read by all physics undergraduates. Why?So they can truly explore for themselves what's really going on.And what's really going on is that local causality as advanced by someof the greatest physicists of all time must now be relegated to theproverbial "back shelf".How did this come about? The author of this book takes us step-by-stepthrough a veritable minefield of reasons why and reasons why not. Heleaves "no stone unturned" and takes amazing pains to examine the variousopinions, prejudices, feelings and historical happenings surrounding thenow-famous "Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen" paper of 1935 and the arguments forand versus that paper that ensued. Almost with superhuman e book which is actually a collection of more than twenty research papers that the author has written over about a twenty five year periodbeginning with his first seminal work dated 1964.(It would take several years from that time on to experimentally verify the predictions of that paper but eventually they were realized and thus established Quantum Mechanics as a complete theory without any hidden varaibles whatsoever) What makes some of these papers even more interesting to read is that they were presented tosymposia and from these one can obtain a sense of the tension in the meetings in which they were presented and hence can better understand the controversial natureof this subject.Each paper includes numerous references to the original "players" in thefield. These alone create an exciting and substantial contribution to the ntrary to what Einstein and others had hoped there are no "hidden variables" left to search in order to "save" local cauaslity.Quantum Mechanics as we know it is complete. And we humans are stuck "not knowing" certain things even though they may exist. But perhaps there is a silver lining with some of the "gifts" that "Entanglement" has to uthern Jameson West
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