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Critical Problems in Physics: Proceedings of a Conference Celebrating the 250th Anniversary of Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.

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The past century has seen fantastic advances in physics, from the discovery of the electron, x-rays, and radioactivity, to the era of incredible solid state devices, computers, quarks and leptons, and the standard model. But what of the next? Many scientists think we are on the threshold of an even more exciting new era in which breakthroughs in a startling variety of ...more
Hardcover, 301 pages
Published November 23rd 1997 by Princeton University Press (first published October 27th 1997)
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I would have to read this book several more times to grasp the concepts. I have to modify the procedure Richard Feynman could use to understand papers and theories in physics. He said, start at the beginning, and only go to the next sentence when you have understood the one before. And he did. I have to follow the Milky Way procedure. If I understand any sentence it is like seeing a star at night. Take it, because there are lots more I haven't seen yet.
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