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Mark Twain is credited with the saying Truth is stranger than fiction, and it aptly describes the world of physics. Topics like quantum mechanics and cosmology boggle the mind with paradoxes that seemingly need a Ph.D. from MIT to understand. In How Quantum Science Works, well explain the world of physics most topical and seemingly complex questions, such as Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle, the Higgs Boson, the Big Bang Theory, and time travel.

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