“Fifty years of pondering have not brought me any closer to answering the question, what are light quanta?” – Albert Einstein
“A wonderful book”
“Couldn’t put it down”
“A must read”
“It finally all make sense”
“Opened my eyes”
“Will change your thinking forever”
“Just what I needed”
“Great read for the layman”
“Illuminating, refreshing and exciting”
“Simple to understand”
“Strongly recommend it”
Fields of Color explains Quantum Field Theory, in its “no particles, only fields” sense, to a lay audience, without equations. It also shows how this theory resolves the paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity. The third edition includes solutions for the measurement problem, gravity waves, dark matter, and the Ehrenfest paradox.
“A book that finally gets it right. Brooks presents the news about quantum field theory in a non-technical but accurate manner. His explanatory technique of using different colors to represent different fields is a stroke of pedagogical genius. Anybody who wants to understand quantum physics should read this book.” Art Hobson, 2006 Millikan Award winner.