If you’re baffled by the mysteries of Quantum Physics, then you need a proper introduction with examples related to your daily life.
Have you seen a lot of YouTube videos about Quantum Physics, but you’re still puzzled after watching them?
Have you heard an explanation from someone who is knowledgeable about this matter but got completely overwhelmed by it?
Have you asked your teacher about Quantum Physics, only to receive a vague and unsatisfying answer?
Small things can still be complicated… just like subatomic particles discussed in Quantum Physics. They don’t behave like the things you observe in your everyday life.
But because you love science and are curious about how the world works on a minuscule level, you are more than willing to go the extra mile to dive into this difficult but interesting field of education.
It might seem counterintuitive to anything you know about traditional physics. It requires imagining things that you can’t see, moving in ways you can’t fully comprehend — and you’re not even sure if you’re right.
As American physicist Murray Gell-Mann once said, “If someone says that he can think or talk about quantum physics without becoming dizzy, that shows only that he has not understood anything whatever about it.”
So, be patient with yourself if you can’t get this subject completely. When you start Unraveling Quantum Physics, you will discover:
-What Quantum Physics (QP) is and how it was discovered
-The physics behind “Schrödinger’s Cat Paradox” — find out what it is and if it’s really a feasible idea
-How Quantum Physics is related to the Law of Attraction (if you understand this, you will be stronger at manifesting what you want in life!)
-5 things you should know about Quantum Physics — it’s definitely not magic
-How and why light can be both a wave and a particle — proven by an experiment
-The theory of relativity with real-life examples… and why QP is incompatible with general relativity
-How quantum computing works, its core properties, and top applications
-The most important and brilliant Quantum Physics experiments so you can visualize the concepts more clearly
And much more.
Here, the explanations are not focused on overwhelming mathematical equations that will only leave you more confused. The theories are illustrated with real-world examples to make this very abstract topic understandable — even to non-experts in physics.
You don’t need a degree in physics or math to grasp the main principles presented inside. Get ready to be amazed on a subatomic level — you’re just a few steps away from discovering this fascinating realm of science!