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Fields of Color: The theory that escaped Einstein

by Rodney A. Brooks
4.4 stars - 54 reviews
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A presentation of Quantum Field Theory written for the lay reader, without equations. The neglect of this theory - the only theory of physics that makes sense and that resolves the paradoxes of Relativity Theory and Quantum Mechanics - while expecting the public to accept the paradoxes, is an intellectual tragedy.
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