"Jim Al-Khalili does a marvelous job of introducing the weird and wonderful world of Quantum Theory!
Of course this book wll not make you an expert on the field and (thankfully) Jim does not go"... (read full reviews)
"Richard Feynman was one of the most phenomenal minds of the 20th century but not only was he a Nobel Prize winning physicist; he was also an incredible personality. Whether you read it for physics or"... (read full reviews)
"Jim Al-Khalili's ambition was to write a book "which would explain some of the ideas and theories of modern physics for anyone to understand" (p.ix) - job (well) done! However, if your ambition is to"... (read full reviews)
"This a delightful scientific biography of one of the greatest physicists of the twentieth century. There is a good helping of conventional biography here too, which is enough to put the science in its"... (read full reviews)
"In his Introduction to Physics of the Future, Michio Kaku states that there were two experiences during his childhood that have defined his life and shaped his career. The first was hearing about the"... (read full reviews)
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Up until very recently, news out of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)"... (read full reviews)
"Having not studied physics past GCSE level, I wondered if I'd be able to follow the ideas in this book as I know many have found it confusing in the past but not only does Orzel make relativity easy"... (read full reviews)
"Unlike many other Physics books, 'Thermal Physics' is written in a friendly, yet formal style. It is the kind of book that you can read cover to cover, but also use for reference. The layout, text"... (read full reviews)
"The Quantum Universe is an inspiring and challenging book by Professors Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw. In it they address the essential question of 'What is quantum physics?' and explain how it is"... (read full reviews)
"Six Easy Pieces is a extraordinary introduction to physics and, as Paul Davies opines in his opening remarks (p.xi), an even more extraordinary introduction to Richard Feynman: how one envies those"... (read full reviews)
"This book is a brilliant study companion for anyone studying Physics at degree level. It covers a broad range of topics in depth whist keeping the language used simple.
A breath of fresh air when it"... (read full reviews)
"I love how accessable this book is to people, the content is pretty heavy going but given in an easily understandable way and the pictures help visual learners. This is deffinatly the bible for anyone"... (read full reviews)
"Whether you are a quantum physicist, a genius or just want to feel smart, this book is well worth picking up.
While the only equation in the book is the famous E=MC squared, that works to the book's"... (read full reviews)
"As a 2nd year undergrad in Physics, I really recommend this book. Very well laid out book, big clear diagrams, annotations, and witty remarks here and there to keep the reader engaged on, what would"... (read full reviews)
"Paul Dirac was one of the leading lights in the development of Quantum Mechanics, and one of the most brilliant scientists this country has ever produced. He was also socially awkward and a very"... (read full reviews)
"For AS we had 2 teachers, 1 really good and 1 new guy
The good one passed away and the onnew guy took over his lessons. This guy was a jerk to me and my friend because we were the only females in the"... (read full reviews)
"REVIEW OF'ABSOLUTE SPACE AND TIME'BYFRANCIS PYM AND CLIFFORD DENTONThe subject of Relativity is fundamental to the mental-paradigms that control our thinking in so many areas of life that any"... (read full reviews)
"Now in it's Twelfth Edition this is a must have for any University student studying Physics. Features include enhanced problem-solving instruction and the first systematically enhanced problems."... (read full reviews)