If you were to explain what quantum physics is by first introducing the historic experiments/observations undertaken by scientists and then explain the different possible accepted interpretations and theory... How many experiments would you need at least? Which ones? Double Split Experiment. (Young) Black Body Radiation (Plank) Photoelectric (Einstein and Milikan) Quantum entanglement experiments. Uncertainity principle experiments (Heisenberg) Some other EPR experiment. Other atomic/nuclear experiments: Zeeman, Rutherford, Bohr, Schrödinger, Dirca, Fermi, Pauli,Compton,Raman... There are many books on quantum physics and mechanics, most of them too mathematical and thick, but I haven't been able to find a poster/diagram summarizing the big picture, the relationship between the main ideas and showing the different interpretations concisely. Is there any?