I'm new to the forums, so first of all, hello! I am a life-long computer scientist and most of my scientific knowledge revolves around that. I have recently found myself attracted to the fascinating world of quantum physics. I'm currently watching whatever documentaries I can about it, but that obviously doesn't really cover much of the real mathematics and chalk-board proofs behind it. That is, if quantum physics actually involves mathematics since it's about randomness and unpredictability and.... so you see, I'm a total newb to this stuff. I know hardly anything about quantom physics or physics in general and would like to change that. What books, websites, articles, etc., would you recommend?