KVANTOVA TEORIE NIKOHO NEZABIJE PDF

Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Author: Chown Marcus Release date: Publisher: Albatros Media a.s.. Number of Pages: pages. Next» · «. Physics, June Back to overview, Subject RSS feed · Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Chown, Marcus,. Date of acquisition: Jun 25, říjen Hawking, Stephen,. Date of acquisition: Jul 11, Kvantová teorie nikoho nezabije. Chown, Marcus,. Date of acquisition: Jun 25,

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Return to Book Page. Dec 20, S. This book is quite a short, just pages, so it is very concise considering the topic that is being explained.

Apparently Richard Feynman a noted physicist who received a Nobel Prize said: Although Chown doesn’t make everything entirely understandable – one could hardly expect him to, this book certainly engages the awe sections of your brain. View all 9 comments.

Molecules Gray, Theodore W. Nikkoho doesn’t humor his readers and I like that. To put those into perspective, the book covers how stars manufacture the various elements we find in the universe, how there is so much space in each atom that, if you could remove it, the entire Earth would compress to the size of a sugar cube.

Newton and modern physics Rowlands, Peter Date of acquisition: May 16, Cheyenne Blue rated it really liked it Shelves: Chown does a grand job of, where possible, providing metaphors and similes to help you get some of the more esoteric areas of modern science in an immensely readable way. A map of the invisible Butterworth, Jon Date of acquisition: As I am a nerd, I had encountered lots of the ideas discussed in this book before.

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I don’t think this book has helped me coming nzeabije of my confusions, but it has nevertheless entertained me in a Quantum way.

Hardcoverpages. Although I would have liked some maths, or at least some diagrams, because I’m a nerd. Recommended optional programme components.

Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You by Marcus Chown

The purpose of reading popular science is to become acquainted with complicated ideas, not to become an expert. Then I’ll move on to string theory. And did you realise that 1 percent of the static on a TV tuned between stations is a relic of the Big Bang?

Open Preview See a Problem? Exploring quantum physics through hands-on projects Prutchi, David Date of acquisition: But what are they?

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The physics of invisibility Beech, Martin, Date of acquisition: For me though, it didn’t quite live up to the standard of Chown’s earlier book, The Magic Furnace. Now, coming to this book, in the beginning Contrary to what the title of this book suggests, Quantum Theory does hurt me, in many many ways.

By all means give it a go if you’re a beginner – you’ll no doubt expand or strengthen your understanding of at least some aspects of the subject. The illustrated a brief history of time Hawking, Stephen, Date of acquisition: It is frightening that the world is such a mystery.

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Relativity is an interesting subject and this book only touches some of the vast topics on hand. It’s also surprisingly short, consisting of just 80 pages on quantum theory and 71 on relativity, and that’s it!

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Geometrical charged-particle optics Rose, Harald H. It just makes things less magical and more logical. Will this book help make quantum mechanics more interesting and entertaining???

Published by Faber and Faber first published January 1st I’m hesitant to say that I understand quantum theory better now, because there is no maths in this book. Relativity is an nezabike subject and th Marcus Chown has created Quantum Theory explanation for dummies, a quick but thorough book that opens the door for many other books.

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