El Enigma Cuantico by Bruce Rosenblum, , available at Book Bruce Rosenblum, By (author) Lecturer Department of Physics Fred Kuttner. Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner’s, book, Quantum Enigma, is an interesting read, but if . Buen punto de introducción a la mecánica cuántica para neófitos. Authors Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner explain all this in nontechnical terms, El enigma cuántico: La física, al encuentro de la conciencia (Metatemas).
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In trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics, the e, successful theory in science and the basis of one-third of our economy. They found, to their embarrassment, that with their theory, physics encounters consciousness. Authors Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner explain all this in nontechnical terms, with help from some fanciful stories and anecdotes about the theory’s developers. They present the quantum mystery honestly, emphasizing what is and what is not speculation.
Quantum Enigma ‘s description of the experimental quantum facts and the quantum theory explaining them is undisputed. Interpreting what it all means, however, is heatedly controversial.
But every interpretation of quantum physics involves consciousness. Rosenblum and Kuttner therefore turn to exploring consciousness itself – and encounter quantum mechanics. Free will and anthropic principles become crucial issues, and the connection of consciousness with the cosmos suggested by some leading quantum ,uttner is mind blowing. Listeners are brought to a boundary where the particular expertise of physicists is no cuanticl the only sure guide.
They will find instead the facts and hints provided by quantum mechanics ve the ability to speculate for themselves. In the few decades since the Bell’s theorem experiments established the existence of entanglement Einstein’s spooky actionluttner in the foundations and the mysteries of quantum mechanics has accelerated. In recent years, physicists, philosophers, computer engineers, and even biologists have expanded our realization of the significance of quantum phenomena.
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This second edition includes such advances. The authors have also drawn on many responses from readers and instructors to improve the clarity of the book’s explanations. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Unabridged 13 de septiembre de Idioma: Quantum Enigma’ was written as a college course text for first-year, non-physics majors. It follows a chronological format, i.
Two contrasting theories are discussed in the book, one being Einstein’s physical reality views, whereby reality is always there, awaiting our attention, with the understanding that an object still exists even when we turn our attention away from it for example, the moon. The other is the quantum mechanics view, which adheres to the role of the observer, and claims it is our observations that make our reality, while everything else is an abstraction and does not really exist. The book gets into other interesting contemporary, less founded view points and paradoxes as well.
The fascinating part of ‘Quantum Enigma’ addresses the inexplicable role ‘consciousness’ plays, as it is intertwined with each of these views, hence ‘the quantum enigma’.
The authors do a good job revealing this. I am a theoretical physicist but I must admit I did not fully appreciate the Quantum Enigma until I read the first edition of this book a few years ago. I first learned quantum mechanics over 40 years ago and have actively practiced it. That is, I used it to calculate theoretical predictions.
It was only in the last 10 years or so that I asked myself, “What is the electron actually doing when light is emitted from an hydrogen atom? That kind of profound ignorance takes time to appreciate. I now better understand what I have read in biographical books about Bohr, Einstein, Heisenberg, and Schrodinger.
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As the realization slowly set in as to what quantum mechanics was saying, these men and d physicists struggled with each other in an almost religious battle. Now over 80 years cuantlco we know no more than we did then. In the end, everyone has to come to appreciate the profound ignorance we have at this point in history.
For any interested layman or scientist, the Quantum Enigma is a must-read item. Anyone curious enough to wonder who we are and how we came to be must read this book.
While it will not teach you everything about quantum physics, it will give you powerful insight into some of the basic concepts. The cuanitco begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine. Sir James Jeans pg. I was familiar with Einstein’s objections to quantum mechanics, although I failed to apprehend why he resisted the implications cuxntico the theory.
A theory that apparently find regular experimental confirmation. The importance, indeed necessity, of consciousness to sustain quantum mechanics had eluded me. This book introduced me to the essential nature of consciousness as, in some fashion, perhaps creating reality. Witness the quotation from Sir Eniggma Jeans with which I began the review. I was familiar with the “Schrodinger’s cat” rosdnblum experiment. However, once again, While I understood that the act of observing the cat determined whether the cat was alive or dead,” it had not been driven home to me that the act of observing also created the cat’s history of “aliveness or deadness” at the same time.
The authors are most careful to avoid suggesting conclusions to be drawn from the “weirdness” of quantum mechanics and stay close to experimental results and standard physics when examining quantum mechanics.
They present the various interpretations of quantum mechanics so the reader is exposed to duantico range of physicists’ explanations of the experimental findings. But, as Richard Feynman said pg.
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If you think that science is all cold fact and no mystery, then this book will expand kuttmer understanding. For this reason, I recommend the book highly. I did quite a bit of research on this subject before reading this book.
In fact, I ordered and read it because it was so highly recommended from a variety of sources in the other literature I read. It is rare for anyone with a profound knowledge and expertise in a complex roseblum matter to be able to communicate that effectively to lay people, but Drs.
Rosenblum and Kattner have written a masterpiece of mass communication. True genius lies in the ability to make the complex simple and the esoteric relevant.
‘El enigma cuántico’ de Fred Kuttner y Bruce Rosenblum
These two highly-regarded Physics professors have demonstrated true genius as communicators of their science. The book is interesting, challenging at times, and actually entertaining if you are inclined to read “sciency” stuff.
The redundancy sometimes bothered me, personally, but I think it is not over-done for general consumption. Some of the juttner are so counter-intuitive that the redundancy is likely therapeutic for most readers. The chapter on real-world applications of quantum technology is an excellent example, as are the theoretical critiques of various cosmologies arising from quantum mechanics.
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