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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Is consciousness more than the product of chemical reactions in the body? I found this book to be real food for thought. The topic is fascinating, of course. Can this be read with very Basic knowledge about QM? Aug 08, Chris Kemp rated it liked it.
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How can things that have no known physical connection still be connected — even at vast distances — in some weird mysterious way? Additionally, it doesn’t shy away from examining the various speculations about what it might mean.
It’s become almost de rigueur among New Age spiritualists to pilfer bits of quantum theory for use in fortressing and promoting their ideas and books and DVDs and seminars ad nauseum.
The authors have a clear and to-the-point writing style–unusually entertaining for a non-fiction idea-oriented book of this sort. However, this well-written book did explai Since I have a bachelor’s degree in physics, I’m reasonably familiar with quantum theory and the mystery it presents with regard to the influence of an observer. Trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics and found, to their embarrassment, that their theory intimately connects consciousness with the physical world.
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.
This book introduced me to the essential nature of consciousness as, in some fashion, perhaps creating reality. Physicists do not really understand this instantaneous action-at-a-distance, but it is predicted by Quantum Mechanics and has been verified experimentally.
Books by Bruce Rosenblum. Hardcoverpages. Do things have any separate existence? The authors display the same arrogance typical of physicists who ignore most of 2, years of philosophical history and act like the questions raised by quantum theory are Something New Under The Sun.
Other books in this series. But, as Richard Feynman said pg. That kind of profound ignorance takes time to appreciate. Ya no te necesito Arthur Miller. The authors never officially take sides with competing interpretations of the quantum enigma, but their work will undoubtedly fuel much discussion about the role of consciousness in scientific observation.
Much of book is basic modern physics but main idea is quite interesting. This is one of the most clear-headed, accessible, and straight-forward accounts of Quantum Mechanics and the ‘measurement problem’ I’ve read. Based upon their course at Santa Cruz for liberal arts students, they manage to convey the implications of Quantum Mechanics with nary an equation. Sometimes those questions go beyond where you thought fres might. Ideas such as “our consciousness creat I got this book with the wnigma of obtaining tools to help me understand — and to help me help others to understand — eel of the concepts and popular [mis-]conceptions of quantum mechanics.
‘El enigma cuántico’ de Fred Kuttner y Bruce Rosenblum
In trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics, the most successful theory in science and the basis of one-third of our economy. Description Rosenblum and Kuttner physicists set out clearly the historical development of this theory. Quantum rred explains the mechanism governing the behavior of atoms, none of its predictions has proved false and no scientist puts it in question.
And its concepts are often bizarre, counter-intuitive and down-right out of reach for the great majority of us.
These last four are by far the more interesting – hence the frustration. Also, my degree was just about the mathematics, not the philosophy and the alarming implications. I had no prior knowledge of the subject and I was able to understand all of it. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. If you are looking for a baseline on quantum theory though, this b Rigid but recommended The book spends more time setting up ehigma confusing about quantum theory than exploring what is implied by consciousness interaction with the theory.
It follows a chronological format, i. I found myself wanting technical details, and perhaps that is a telling sign of the success of the author’s purpose. But until enough philosophers get good at cuantixo and enough physicists learn how to read libraries of prose this field will be the preserve of the few people who have done both, like Stuart Kauffman.
See 2 questions about Quantum Enigma…. But if you read between the lines, you might have the notion that you are GOD! Readers are brought to a boundary where the particular expertise of physicists is no longer a sure guide.
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