The author discusses particles such as quarks, electrons, and the neutrino, and exotic matter and antimatter. He also investigates the forces of nature, accelerators and detectors, and the intriguing future of particle physics. This book is essential reading for general readers interested in popular science, students of physics, and scientists at all levels.
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I learned a lot in a reasonably short time.
The person has to have some basic knowledge of physics (you probably have it, if you were interested in the book in the first place)
I can't explain it, but I'm discovering that listening works very well for me.
No. It is somewhat dense. You'd better digest each chapter.
a Tech Exec who loves the stories about what could be and what should have been. Mixed with histories told from an outside perspective.
Not for the faint at heart when it comes to the sciences...and I think I should have read the written verson of this audio book, or maybe I just need to listen to it 4 more times. Some of the equations two thirds of the way through the book are hard to keep in your head while the author is discussing them...and you are driving.
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