Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018
I read every book about quantum physics and quantum biology that I can get my hands on, and I like this one the best. First of all, there is no math in it, which is great for those of us who aren't Einstein. Even without the math, though, understanding quantum physics can still be difficult to comprehend - even for someone who was raised on this stuff, like me. This book does a really good job of explaining the unexplainable and baffling nature of our universe. In particular, I like the author's use of metaphors to help describe how things work in the quantum world. Sure, it's reductionist. There's no way it can't be reductionist without getting into the mathematical formulas of how it all works. But if you're not into advanced calculus, imaginary numbers, and memorizing a bunch of formulas that go way beyond your comprehension, this book is the next best thing. I bought the Kindle version, but now I want to buy the paperback, too.