QED: the Strange Theory of Light and Matter
Universities Press (India) Pvt. Limited, 1985 - 158 pages
This book is a straightforward, honest explanation of a rather difficult subject- the theory of quantum electordynamics- for a non-technical audience. It is designed to give the interested reader an appreciation for the kind of thinking that physicists have resorted to in order to explain how Nature behaves.
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You could call me a science groupie. I put on Cosmos while I clean the house, snatch up Michio Kaku's books like they won't be there tomorrow, know all the words to every Symphony of Science song ever ... Read full review
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Another great Feynman book. Every time I read something by him, I get re-excited about physics. Read full review