Edison's Very Rudimentary Explanation of Quantum Mechanics: Where Science and Spirituality Begin to Meet by Elias Rafferton

Edison's Very Rudimentary Explanation of Quantum Mechanics: Where Science and Spirituality Begin to Meet

By Elias Rafferton

  • Release Date: 2011-04-17
  • Genre: Physics
Score: 3.5
From 63 Ratings
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Edison's Very Rudimentary Explanation of Quantum Physics, and how these principles apply to us... who are the "quantum units" of God.


  • Too many smiley faces :) :) :)

    By Shane0514
    They didn't help me understand quantum physics at all and were annoying. The book didn't really help me understand what quantum physics really is but it made me want to read more about it nonetheless.
  • Creationist explanation of quantum mechanics

    By william crighton
    I got about six pages in when the author started going off track and talking about god and Jesus, and relating how quantum effects link us to the fabric of the universe and put us in touch with god. Do yourself a favour and read Laurence Krauss instead.
  • Wouldn't let me give 0 stars

    By Solvonwhit
    This is absolute tripe. The writer clumsily and hastily brushes over massive concepts in Physics to go on and give his own extrapolations and opinions in great detail as if they were fact, in the worst possible writing style. I cannot more wholeheartedly suggest that you do NOT read this.
  • Do not read this book

    By Maestro24
    This book is a haphazard construction of misinformation and new age mysticism - not science. If you want to learn quantum mechanics, read a book by a respected scientist - try QED by Richard Feynman - because this book is simply propaganda.
  • Exists a both drivel or tosh and both drivel and tosh.

    By chris.ironside
    Very disappointing. No substance to this. Very poorly written, very full with conjecture. Starts with same babbling, peaks with a couple of quotations and then draws out with much more babbling. To summarise, the only points of interest are the prose of others, which can be read along with much more interesting and informative background in their own publications. Doesn't merit the one star I've given above!
  • Rubbish

    By Michael Campbell
    Utter junk, speculative rubbish, a very poor starting point, dribbles on about personal opinions on topics way off point. Terrible write style.
  • Pot smoking, pointless

    By londonSofa
    I'm a physicist and this is Not a good starting point for anyone wanting to learn anything about quantum physics!
  • Yub

    By Yubz
    Absolutely what everyone needs to read and ackowledge !! ;)