QED

The Strange Theory of Light and Matter (Princeton Science Library)

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Celebrated for his brilliantly quirky insights into the physical world, Nobel laureate Richard Feynman also possessed an extraordinary talent for explaining difficult concepts to the general public. Here Feynman provides a classic and definitive intr ...Continua
Samsara
Ha scritto il 29/11/10
If you really want to understand Quantumn physics, start with this one!
Feynman is SUCH A GENIUS! He explain QED better than any other similar book. He can really explain the full complexity without using high mathematics. He proofs that, layman can understand physics too.... if only they meet the good teachers who can s...Continua
Prilodi
Ha scritto il 11/04/10
Richard Feynman is by far one of the best writers of physics, because he can explain very difficult matters with easy words. Of course, the book asks some basic understanding of particle physics, but you start with very simple statements and from tha...Continua
pthow
Ha scritto il 12/04/07
A book aims at a non-technical audience -- you can probably understand it if you can do arithmetic without using a calculator. (An ability that has become less-than-common these days, I realize.) Therefore it is not listed under my "intimidating ph...Continua

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