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The Quantum Universe - Everything that Can Happen Will Happen (Cox, Forshaw)

  1. Nov 12, 2011 #1


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    Has anybody read this book? I am interested in learning a little bit more about QM, and at first glance this book seemed ideal. It is not a 1000 page textbook which i don't have time to work through, and it does supposedly make use of mathematics, rather than some other non-mathematical books that are on the market. Being a relatively new book, i haven't found many reviews, and any negative reviews seem to attack the use of "complex" mathematics; i don't mind the use of math (in fact, i prefer it).

    How "complex" is the math that this book uses? Is it an interesting and concise (and accurate of course) overview of QM?

    Any opinion is much appreciated!
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