• Quantum Physics for Beginners 2 Books in 1

  • The Complete Course: New Edition with Fìsica Cuantìca Para Principiantes. The Law of Attraction and The ... Relativity Made Easy with Spanish Translation
  • By: Brad Olsson
  • Narrated by: Ruben Gonzalez, Aaron Miller
  • Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins

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Publisher's Summary

The truth is: When you look at it from an external point of view, the term Quantum Physics can be quite intimidating.

It is very complex, and sometimes, even professional physicists have a hard time trying to find their way around quantum physics, as it can seem quite counter intuitive.

But even if it is difficult and complex to understand, it is nowhere close to being incomprehensible.

There are a few key concepts of Quantum Physics, around which the whole subject revolves. If you know and understand these concepts, then you’ll find that it is very easy to understand how quantum physics functions.

First of all, you need to know that everything within the universe is made up of waves and particles. Yes, both of them at the same time. This is called the dual nature of substances. This seems quite crazy, and hard to believe, but both of these conclusions have been derived from numerous scientific experiments.

The second thing that you must understand, and accept is that when it comes to quantum physics, it is almost impossible to predict the exact result of an experiment on a quantum system. There can only be probability, no certainty, leading us to the conclusion that quantum physics is probabilistic.

And last, but not the least, you must understand that quantum physics is very small, more often than not. This means that the study of quantum mechanics is well observed when the subject particles are extremely small. This is due the fact that quantum effects that are involved in the processes get smaller as the objects increase in size. As a result, quantum behaviors are hard to find.

BUY: Quantum Physics for Beginners 2 Books in 1, a beginner’s guide to unravel the basic mysteries of quantum physics, and a comprehensive course to help people understand it better.

©2020 Brad Olsson (P)2021 Brad Olsson

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  • Kathryn Cannon
  • 06-12-21

I want to prefer this audio guide for everyone.

It is absolutely a must-listen for anyone who wants to explore the new frontiers of quantum physics. Given the complexity of the subject, the explanations are absolutely understandable.

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  • Everett Hebert
  • 06-12-21

Great audiobook! I totally recommend it!

Fantastic audiobook, absolutely recommended, easy to listen, even for someone, like me, who never approached the subject. The general overview of the subject in the first chapter is truly fascinating!

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  • Grady Casey
  • 06-12-21

I love it and following this guide audio book.

This book narrates with a clear and easy to understand language the history of the scientific discoveries of the last two centuries. Even if you are not experts you will understand quantum physics and relativity.

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  • Elliana Hess
  • 06-12-21

This audible keeps maintaining its knowledge.

This audible keeps maintaining its knowledge. To help people have a better understanding of quantum physics in the most simplest of ways possible.

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  • Raegan Lamb
  • 06-12-21

I learn many effectual thing from the audible.

I learn many effectual thing from the audible. Excellent! I really love this audio book because this audio book has lots of amazing information about Quantum physics.

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  • Geovanni Bonilla
  • 06-12-21

I am very pleased listened to this audible

Good. Overall, I'd recommend this audiobook to a complete newcomer to quantum physics. Great listen. some of the most entertaining specific I've listened to in a long time

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  • Jazmine Morris
  • 06-12-21

I am so grateful to listening this fantastic book

I finished this a few weeks ago and although a lot of it was quite difficult to understand, there were some hugely important explanations of things like greenhouse gases and how they're underpinned by quantum physics. Climate change deniers would be well advised to listen from all book.

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  • Phil Tosney
  • 06-10-21

Very disappointing

This is an example of a book that is not suited to audio book format. It is read by someone who does not appear to understand the science and is just reading dryly. I like science books, but this is just too dry and difficult to follow.

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  • Brooke Ford
  • 06-10-21

This audible provides a great way of instruction

I feel like this audiobook answered some questions, but has left me feeling like I'm on the cusp of understanding, but never quite there. Maybe that's a problem with theoretical physics and not this audiobook, which is quite good.

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  • Eliezer Cortez
  • 06-10-21

Very informative audiobook on the subject.

Wonderful explanations. If you have a layman's interest in this field, you will find this audiobook very enjoyable.On of the most thought-provoking audiobooks I ever listen After listening this audiobook, I will never look at reality in the same way again.