Title, Entrelazamiento. Author, Amir Aczel. Publisher, CRITICA ESPANHA. ISBN, , Length, pages. Subjects. Science. Entrelazamiento: Amir D. Aczel: Books – Il volume del matematico e divulgatore scientifico israeliano Amir Aczel è .. histórica del descubrimiento del entrelazamiento y también en la exposición de los.
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Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: This property is what makes quantum computers possible and interesting. That experiment receives a whole short chapter in Amir’s book. Seek more and you will be even more puzzled. But what may be the most noteworthy aspect of the book reviewed here is that it also describes several other very important experiments on entanglement, of which I don’t know any other treatment at the elementary level.
My impression is that Mr. Mar 13, Bennett Coles rated it it was ok. Refresh and try again.
The coverage of entanglement itself goes through interesting experiments, but the interesting results and what they mean, how to interpret them, gets lost in explaining the history and setup to the experiments, without even doing a worthwhile job of describing what each part does.
It is obvious that this cannot be explained in any meaningful way to those of us who are used to thinking in terms of large particles — those bigger than any covered by quantum theory. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I think it does an excellent job with the subject matter. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Einstein gets a lot of space and it is interesting to think in the WWI era he outmoded classical, Newtonian physics only to see If it weren’t for all of the rigorous data behind “the most successful theory in science” I would have trouble believing entanglement is nothing more than the rantings of a bunch of really smart crackpots.
You can never really understand this material without going through the actual physics and even then you can’t actually understand itbut the shortness of the explication made one suffer a little more than normal in a book of this sort. Feb 12, Willa Grant rated it it wntrelazamiento amazing Recommends it for: I had some trouble following some of those experiments, however, but the ones I did understand were absolutely fascinating.
The concept of immediacy presents a problem in that it would appear that such a factor working on the second part of the particle would be travelling at some infinite speed greater than the speed of light if the distance warrants such an action.
Nevertheless, it has been rigorously verified numerous times since the s. Preview — Entanglement by Amir D. Not a bad thing, but if you read this book hoping for some actual information about entanglement from a scientific viewpoint, you’ll be disappointed.
A book by a mathematician who has retired to writing enterlazamiento books about mathematics and science. Still I was spellbound with what I did understand.
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The author, one of entrrlazamiento Facebook friendsdied almost one year ago. That is a huge, unforgivable oversight. On the science side, I do not recall knowing that the Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle could be demonstrated not only in sub- nucleon particles like the photon, but even in neutrons and atoms themselves.
Entanglement is the phenomenon in which two entities are inexorably linked no matter how far away from each other they may be. To entrelazamifnto himself out, he changed the focus of the book such that it became more a history of physics than a treatise on the phenomenon of entanglement.
Maybe I was just looking for something else, but this book unfortunately comes up very light on substance. I thought there was a lot of excess although interestinginformation about the scientists that worked on quantum mechanics. He was a lecturer in mathematics and history of mathematics.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Only in the last few pages does this book actually talk about the fact that entanglement has been proven as reality, and virtually no space is given to discussing what it might actually mean.
I have read more interesting and thorough explanations of entanglement, but this serves as a decent introduction to the phenomenon. Share your thoughts with other customers. That involves three entangled particles instead of the much more usual two.