Debunking Common Misconceptions in Theoretical Physics
Authors: Nomura, Yasunori, Poirier, Bill, Terning, John
Editors: Nekoogar, Farzad (Ed.)
Quantum Physics, Mini Black Holes and the Multiverse: Debunking Common Misconceptions in Theoretical Physics
Dark Puzzles. Arrow of Time. Future History
Adams, Fred, Buchert, Thomas, Mersini-Houghton, Laura, Nekoogar, Farzad (Founding Ed.) ISBN 978-1-4419-8293-3.
Bars, Itzhak, Terning, John, Nekoogar, Farzad (Founding Ed.) 2010, ISBN 978-0-387-77637-8.
The meant-to-inspire books in this series are designed for scientifically literate non-specialists who want to know the latest discoveries in theoretical physics and cosmology in a non-technical language. The level of presentation is appropriate for readers with basic undergraduate background in modern physics and quantum mechanics. More
Thomas Buchert, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, France
Lawrence M. Krauss, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Mark Trodden, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
TOPICS COVERED IN THE SERIES INCLUDE
- Extra Dimensions in Space and Time
- Cosmic Update – Dark Puzzles. Arrow of Time. Future History
- Mysteries of quantum mechanics
- String theories
- Nature of space and time
- Theory of everything
- Quantum Physics, Mini Black Holes, and the Multiverse
Each chapter is written by a leading expert in the fields of theoretical physics and cosmology who is currently actively researching their topic.
“Modern physics is rife with provocative and fascinating ideas, from quantum mechanics to the multiverse. But as interesting as these concepts are, they are also easy to understand. This book, written with deft hands by true experts in the field, helps to illuminate some of the most important and game-changing ideas in physics today.”
-Sean M. Carroll
“…The Multiversal book series is equally unique, providing book-length extensions of the lectures with enough additional depth for those who truly want to explore these fields, while also providing the kind of clarity that is appropriate for interested lay people to grasp the general principles involved.”
-Lawrence M. Krauss