Helgoland (Innbundet)

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Erica Segre (Oversetter) Simon Carnell (Oversetter)

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Innbinding: Innbundet
Utgivelsesår: 2021
Forlag: Allen Lane
Språk: Engelsk
Oversatt av: Segre, Erica og Carnell, Simon
ISBN/EAN: 9780241454695
Kategori: Teknikk og populærvitenskap
Omtale Helgoland
In June 1925, twenty-three-year-old Werner Heisenberg, suffering from hay fever, retreated to a treeless, wind-battered island in the North Sea called Helgoland. It was there that he came up with the key insight behind quantum mechanics. A century later, this theory has given us modern technology and nuclear energy but remains disconcerting, enigmatic and fiercely debated.Helgoland is the story of quantum physics and its bright young founders who were to become some of the most famous Nobel winners. It is a celebration of youthful rebellion and intellectual revolution. It is a transformative journey. Here Carlo Rovelli, a master storyteller and influential scientist, illuminates competing interpretations and offers his own original theory: the 'relational' interpretation of quantum mechanics, where the world is fundamentally made of relations and events rather than permanent substances. Where we, as every other thing around us, exist in our interactions with one another, in a never-ending game of mirrors. A riveting voyage, full of wonder and delight, Helgoland revolutionizes our understanding of the universe and our place in it.

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