Fantastic book on Quantum Theory from 30,000 feet. Mostly big picture science with a touch of philosophy and fascinating biography. Really enjoyed the
Einstein, because I still can't accept a world that requires observation to be real and deterministic.
Bohr, because I didn't realize the enormous contribution he made to 20th century science until reading this book.
to understand the twisted mind of a laissez faire capitalist. The only thing exceptional about the heroes of this book is their inherited capacity to risk capital. Metals supplier is late? No problem, just buy his mine. Also good reference book containing every cliché in the English language. Also learn how to construct straw men and then knock them down. ..... I tried to like this book, I really did.
He added pompous to the circumstance.
Are you kidding, I prefer water boarding.
No, I think I already said enough.
This is the first fiction I've listened to and its a bit difficult to rate it against a book on say: "Quantum Mechanics." I'm going to start reading a lot more fiction. This book was an insightful joy.
It's a bit late for that.
I loved "Charlie" the movie but the saying was never truer: The book was better.
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