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The End of Probability and The New Meaning of Quantum Physics

by:
Dangson Tran (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1057-5 ©2002
Price: $16.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 301 pages
Category/Subject: SCIENCE / Quantum Theory

By solving the three hundred years old problems of the Probability theory and the modern puzzles of quantum mechanics, this book has started a new revolution that will change science forever! Don’t miss your chance to witness history!

Abstract:
No one disputes the importance of quantum mechanics (it accounts for 20% to 25% of the US economy,) but everyone knows there is something seriously wrong with the theory. Einstein never accepted quantum mechanics, but he failed to disprove it.

Taking a revolutionary yet common-sense approach, Dr. Tran went back to the three hundred years old problem of the Probability theory and solved it. Suddenly all of the loose ends of quantum mechanics fell in place like pieces of a trivial jigsaw puzzle.

Someone succeeded where Einstein had failed? Is this really possible? The reader will be the judge!

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