Quantum mechanics reveals a mystery at the boundary of physics: that observation strangely influences what is observed. Quantum Enigma focuses on this increasingly discussed skeleton in physics’ closet, its encounter with consciousness.
Quantum Enigma‘s treatment is understandable without prior physics background. An American Journal of Physics review says: “…Rosenblum and Kuttner manage to convey much of the exquisite subtlety of quantum mechanics without ever resorting to an equation. Their treatment of two-slit interference ranks right up there with (but differs interestingly from) Feynman’s famous “comes in lumps” approach, and their nontechnical description of Bell’s theorem is one of the best I’ve seen, and by far the least mathematical.”
A remarkable and readable presentation…
Charles Townes: Winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics
This book is unique. …clearest expositions I have ever seen.
George Greenstein: Professor of Astronomy, Amherst College,
Co-author of The Quantum Challenge: Modern Research on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
…an immensely important and exciting book.
Raymond Chester Russ, Editor, Journal of Mind and Behavior
…simplest correct demonstration of the Great Quantum Dilemma….starkly expose the hidden skeleton in the physicist’s closet.
Nick Herbert: Author, Quantum Reality