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Title Quantum Man Richard Feynman s Life in Science Great Discoveries
Author Lawrence M. Krauss
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release 2011-03-21
Category Science
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780393080544
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A worthy addition to the Feynman shelf and a welcome follow-up to the standard-bearer, James Gleick's Genius." —Kirkus Reviews Perhaps the greatest physicist of the second half of the twentieth century, Richard Feynman changed the way we think about quantum mechanics, the most perplexing of all physical theories. Here Lawrence M. Krauss, himself a theoretical physicist and a best-selling author, offers a unique scientific biography: a rollicking narrative coupled with clear and novel expositions of science at the limits. From the death of Feynman’s childhood sweetheart during the Manhattan Project to his reluctant rise as a scientific icon, we see Feynman’s life through his science, providing a new understanding of the legacy of a man who has fascinated millions.

Quantum Man by Lawrence M. Krauss

Title Quantum Man
Author Lawrence M. Krauss
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Release 2011
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Quantum Man by Ken Fegradoe

Title Quantum Man
Author Ken Fegradoe
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Release 1992
Category Consciousness
Total Pages 231
ISBN 9780747511663
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What does it mean to be a man in a world of dissolving sexual stereotypes? How far have sexual politics gone to effect a shift in male consciousness? Beyond the New Man of the 80's and the Wild Man of the American men's movement there lies a more radical conception: the quantum vision of the undiscovered sex.

Secret Passage by Amanda Stevens

Title Secret Passage
Author Amanda Stevens
Publisher Harlequin
Release 2012-03-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1459237692
Language English, Spanish, and French
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HE HAD NO PAST An accident had robbed Zac Riley of his memory, but then Zac learned he was a supersoldier trained by the covert organization Project Phoenix. And he alone could complete a vital mission, one that would change his life forever…. SHE WAS HIS PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Dedicated to deprogramming Project Phoenix's soldiers, Camille Somersby had been successful with all but the man she'd once loved and lost. Camille now had a mission of her own: stop Zac or risk catastrophic repercussions. Amidst deception and desire, Zac and Camille found themselves falling in love all over again. But there was no one they could trust…except each other.

Title Secret Passage Mills Boon Intrigue Quantum Men Book 3
Author Amanda Stevens
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release 2014-01-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1472034465
Language English, Spanish, and French
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HE HAD NO PAST An accident had robbed Zac Riley of his memory, but then Zac learned he was a supersoldier trained by the covert organization Project Phoenix. And he alone could complete a vital mission, one that would change his life forever....

Quantum Man by Yaounde Olu

Title Quantum Man
Author Yaounde Olu
Publisher
Release 1985-12
Category
Total Pages 50
ISBN 9780961545406
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Morphed Cosmic Order by David BIrnbaum

Title Morphed Cosmic Order
Author David BIrnbaum
Publisher New Paradigm Matrix
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Category Philosophy
Total Pages 362
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Quantum Anthropology by Radek Trnka

Title Quantum Anthropology
Author Radek Trnka
Publisher Charles University Karolinum Press: Prague
Release 2016-10-03
Category Social Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 8024635267
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book offers a fresh look on man, cultures, and societies built on the current advances in the fields of quantum mechanics, quantum philosophy, and quantum consciousness. The authors have developed an inspiring theoretical framework transcending the boundaries of particular disciplines in social sciences and the humanities. Quantum anthropology is a perspective, studying man, culture, and humanity while taking into account the quantum nature of our reality. This framework redefines current anthropological theory in a new light, and provides an interdisciplinary overlap reaching to psychology, sociology, and consciousness studies. Contents 1. Introduction: Why Quantum Anthropology? 2. Empirical and Nonempirical Reality 3. Appearance, Frames, Intra-Acting Agencies, and Observer Effect 4. Emergence of Man and Culture 5. Fields, Groups, Cultures, and Social Complexity 6. Man as Embodiment 7. Collective Consciousness and Collective Unconscious in Anthropology 8. Life Trajectories of Man, Cultures and Societies 9. Death and Final Collapses of Cultures and Societies 10. Language, Collapse of Wave Function, and Deconstruction 11. Myth and Entanglement 12. Ritual, Observer Effect, and Collective Consciousness 13. Conclusions and Future Directions

The Strangest Man by Graham Farmelo

Title The Strangest Man
Author Graham Farmelo
Publisher Faber & Faber
Release 2009-01-22
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 560
ISBN 0571250076
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'A monumental achievement - one of the great scientific biographies.' Michael Frayn The Strangest Man is the Costa Biography Award-winning account of Paul Dirac, the famous physicist sometimes called the British Einstein. He was one of the leading pioneers of the greatest revolution in twentieth-century science: quantum mechanics. The youngest theoretician ever to win the Nobel Prize for Physics, he was also pathologically reticent, strangely literal-minded and legendarily unable to communicate or empathize. Through his greatest period of productivity, his postcards home contained only remarks about the weather. Based on a previously undiscovered archive of family papers, Graham Farmelo celebrates Dirac's massive scientific achievement while drawing a compassionate portrait of his life and work. Farmelo shows a man who, while hopelessly socially inept, could manage to love and sustain close friendship. The Strangest Man is an extraordinary and moving human story, as well as a study of one of the most exciting times in scientific history. 'A wonderful book . . . Moving, sometimes comic, sometimes infinitely sad, and goes to the roots of what we mean by truth in science.' Lord Waldegrave, Daily Telegraph

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