I'm looking for a book that would explain/enlighten me about the current events in quantum physics/string theory/quantum loop gravity, and other theories in that field. I'm not looking for a physics book that's full of math thought, I'm more looking for a book that's more targeted for common people (99.9999% of us), (that was a joke). However I'm not looking for any fiction books.So if you have any suggestions/recommendations that would be great, thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

P.S. I do have some math/science background from chemical engineering courses so I would like a book that's not too math-shallow.

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# Quick question from none math/physics guy

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