- The Greatest Mystery in Physics
- Narrated by: Henry Leyva
- Length: 6 hrs and 16 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 20-09-02
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House Audio
According to Einstein, quantum mechanics required entanglement - the idea that subatomic particles could become inextricably linked, and that a change to one such particle would instantly be reflected in its counterpart, even if a universe separated them. Einstein felt that if the quantum theory could produce such incredibly bizarre effects, then it had to be invalid. But new experiments both in the United States and Europe show not only that it does happen, but that it may lead to unbreakable codes, and even teleportation...
Entanglement is also available in print from Four Walls Eight Windows.
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By F Kotze on 02-12-13
Would you listen to Entanglement again? Why?
Yes, already listened it twice
What other book might you compare Entanglement to, and why?
Quantum reality, because of the accessible and fascinating way the subject matter is offered.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Bohr and Einstein's continuing arguments.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Easily could have
Any additional comments?
A very human and enlightening account of the developments leading to the discovery of the most intriguing phenomenon in the known universe.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Kenneth on 12-07-03
Quantum Physics + People = Good Stuff
Aczel presents not only the science, but also the scientists behind a rather daunting subject. He puts a face to go along with the names of the physicists giving an insight into the human side of quantum physics that (outside of Feynman's books) you rarely find.
Some of the equations and experimental setups don't come across perfectly without the figures to go with them, but even with the hard (as well as occasionally difficult) science, the overall flow and tone of the book is still both enjoyable and accessible.
If you like physics or science fiction, you should get this.
18 of 18 people found this review helpful
By Kenneth on 02-01-04
Audio Book is Not a Good Format for This Book
This is not a book that I was able to enjoy at all in audio-book format. I am not a scientist nor a mathematician, but I like to think that I am reasonably astute and have read quite a few books on science and math. But this is not the right format for this book. It is not easy to follow the numerous formulas, tables, and calculations read by the narrator and I was completely lost most of the time. I stayed with it to the end, but I wouldn't do it again for any reason. I have read a couple of other books by this author, and enjoyed them. But not this one
27 of 28 people found this review helpful