In this fictitious dialogue, it is clearly explained how quantum physics is deterministic and how it is indeterministic, and it is also clearly said what Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is.
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great discussion of determinism
it would have better, but the narrator was not good
when the author was explaining the relative nature of determinism; that was kind of mind-blowing.
she was slow, did not articulate the material, and it was not clear which of the two characters was talking
yes, the discussion of state variables
it's more a discussion of general principles of physics and metaphysics than quantum, but kuczynski does beautifully and illuminatingly discuss the two really, really importance concepts, namely that of an interference effect and that of a state variable
a clear discussion of foundational issues
slightly, but the narrator wasn't very good
the discussion of the different kinds of determinism
it was slow and uneven. too slow
yes, the part where Heisenberg's uncertainty principle was being explained in lay terms
this book is for people who really want to understand foundational issues. the usual pseudo-intellectuals who read pop-physics will be turned off, since this book does not validate their palaver and glib reasoning. it was refreshingly authoritative.