• Quantum Physics for Beginners

  • The Ultimate Guide to Discover the Secrets of Quantum Mechanics, Understand Essential Theories Like the Theory of Relativity, and the Entanglement Theory.
  • By: Daniel Smith
  • Narrated by: Ethan White
  • Length: 3 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Would you like to discover and understand how the world around you works, while discovering how your thoughts can help you shape the reality you desire?

If the answer is “yes”, then keep reading....

Quantum physics is a part of physics that describes the smallest things in our universe like atoms, molecules, electrons, protons, neutrons, and so on, and it’s super fascinating because everything, including us as human beings, is all made of quantum physics.

People tend to think that quantum physics is extremely complicated to understand. Richard Feynman, who won the Nobel prize for his work on quantum electrodynamics said: “If you think you understand quantum physics, you don’t understand quantum physics."

Luckily this quote is a little misleading, because humans have managed to understand quantum physics very well, and it’s arguably the most successful scientific theory available today. 

It all depends on how it’s explained, and within this audiobook, you will easily understand the most important aspects of quantum mechanics and how it affects the world around us. In fact, by listening to this audiobook you’ll discover:

  • What quantum physics is: You'll learn in an easy-to-understand way how everything around us works at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles
  • The quantum origins of the universe, so that you can learn how quantum cosmology describes the origins of the universe using physical laws
  •  Laws and principles of quantum physics, so you will be able to understand what the most relevant theories in quantum mechanics are
  • The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, which is a fundamental property of the universe that explains that the more precisely one knows a particle’s position, the less one can know about its momentum, and vice versa
  • How quantum entanglement works, so you will easily understand one of the weirdest and coolest phenomena in physics that allows two objects to affect each other’s behavior instantly across vast distances
  • The powerful law of attraction, with a dedicated section that will teach you how you can use this extremely powerful universal law to attract into your life whatever you focus on
  • Schrödinger’s theories and his cats, so you can discover how quantum physics can generate paradoxes when applied to the macro world, just like the cat in his experiment that is both dead and alive at the same time
  • And much more!

With this audiobook, you will be able to understand every aspect of everything existing in our universe, and you will finally understand what are the laws that govern our existence.

What are you waiting for? Get your copy of this audiobook now.

©2021 Daniel Smith (P)2021 Daniel Smith

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not for beginners

i bought it because it said it was for beginners. however from the start it was way too technical and gave complex formulas you needed to see to appreciate.

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too much math for audio

instead of explaining principles the book goes into excessive math equations. not good listening. better in print

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Basic information missing

This audio book is full of equations, yet there is no PDF accompanying it, so you need to imagine the equations in your mind while listening to the narration. This is like attending a physics lecture with your eyes closed, instead of benefiting from the illustrations provided by the professor.

Here is the thing: if you are knowledgeable enough to visualize and understand all these equations without seeing them written down, do you really need a book addressed to beginners? As a none mathematician and none physicist, i.e. a beginner in the real sense of the word, I need time to absorb and process the meaning of these equations. If they were written down in a PDF, I could look them up, try them out and figure out if I really get it. As I hear them in the audiobook, I am not even sure how to write them down properly! As a result, I only get a totally superficial understanding of the subject matter. As it happens, I gave up along the way, as my knowledge gap was increasing with every new piece of information.

The thing that bothers me is that it would take very little effort to create the PDF, especially since these equations must have been written down when publishing the book! Hopefully my feedback will be a wakeup call on this.

I will be checking for the addition of a PDF going forward. If it has been added and I have not updated my review yet, feel free to disregard my comments.

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Doesn't make a good audiobook

References too many figures and equations to be worthwhile as an audiobook. The narrator mispronounces mathematical terms and names too which is very annoying. Will be returning this one.

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  • Drivenandridden
  • 02-24-22

Define Beginners?

I struggled through 5 minutes of the Introduction before knocking it on the head. It's an impenetrable text book read aloud and of no use to me. My own fault for not researching I suppose. I took the fact it was the best rated Quantum physics book for beginners at face value.

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