Science has always intrigued humans for ages. The wish to unleash truth, to know about the universe, the particles present around and much more through laws of physics. Quantum Physics can be defined as the study of matter and energy wherein each particle tends to behave like waves along with waves behaving like particles. ‘Does Quantum Physics tell us the truth?’ by Prof. Y.R. Waghmare delves into exploring the facet of physics easing the concept in an immaculate manner.
Dr. Yeshwant Waghmare is a theoretical Nuclear Physicist. He was associated with IIT Kanpur where he worked as professor and dean. He presently serves as the Vice President of the Maharashtra Education Society, Pune. He has published over 80 research papers in varied reputed International journals. Dr. Y. R. Waghmare is also renowned for authoring over 16 books in areas surrounding Quantum Mechanics, Classical Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Relativity, Philosophy, Education and other areas.
In this book, the author has excellently intertwined together history, science, and philosophy. Additionally, the book also draws parallels between modern physics and Indian philosophical thought that thereby captures the interest of the readers. The book also brings to fore interesting narrations by linking classical music with science and philosophy. Some of the amazing narrations include those surrounding stalwarts like Swami Vivekananda, musical maestro Allauddin Khan, and inventor Nikola Tesla. Ultimately the book enables readers to get a more rationalized outlook of life and with the quest of understanding Quantum Physics set in the search of reality!