The Cosmic Code has ratings and 26 reviews. WarpDrive said: Pagels’ work is probably one of the best layperson introduction to both understanding and. PDF | On Jan 1, , H. R. Pagels and others published The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature. A READER’S TREASURY. The Cosmic Code by. Heinz R. Pagels Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature Published by Simon & Schuster/NY in
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Although there is no math, it will undoubtedly conceptually challenge many readers, but that’s because in the true tradition of a Feynman or Sagan, Pagels tries pafels really teach the reader something instead of blinding them with science. Pagels was a true rarity- a first-rate scientist, who was also a first-rate writer in terms of clarity and writing style. Jun 04, Ken rated it really liked it.
I am a chemical engineer but have never taken a quantum physics class.
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The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature by Heinz R. Pagels
This is a great book which explains fully. May 17, kuarkdelima rated it it was amazing. Anecdotes from the personal documents of Einstein, Oppenheimer, Bohr, and Planck offer intimate glimpses of the scientists whose work forever changed the world.
This book by Pagels helps non-professional physicists understand topics that real physicists are still grappling with, and I think it helps that it was written at a simpler time in physics. This is often very difficult to describe, but Pagels did it brilliantly. I recall that I thought it excellent but will need to re-read it to be certain. A physicist at a dead show back in the s recommended Pagels to read if I was interested in Physics. Great book if you are at all interested in physics, Einstein’s theory of relativity, and quantum mechanics.
The most famous lineage includes Bohr, Wheeler, Feynman, and Everett. This leads to an interesting statement by Pagels at the end of chapter 8: English Choose a language for shopping. The author also explores beautifully the deep philosophical implications of our current understanding of the quantum world, without resorting to cheap mysticism.
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The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics as the Language of Nature
Regardless of ones personal beliefs, the facts that seem to be supported by experimental data need to reconned with. Get a Grip on Physics. The Newtonian physics view of reality was based on the idea that once the universe started all following events were predetermined Great book if you are at all interested in physics, Einstein’s theory of relativity, and quantum mechanics.
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