Book Reviews-Teleportation

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McGuire Abigail
NY
09-04-19
Very Useful Book
once again another great book with great in-depth guides keep the good stuff coming 🙂 look forward to finding more great book like this.

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Mira Wilson
09-04-19
Very Impressive
Here’s my review of this book, it’s great. Now I would like to say that what is written in this book is quite possible and has been observed and experienced by people, namely myself.

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Sophia Harris
09-04-19
Easy To Follow
This is a good book combines Tesla Theories with Einstein’s approach and simplifies the Math, so it is easy to follow.

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Isabella White
09-04-19
Good Explanation
This book is great. A very good explanation of entanglement presented by the author. It is a complicated subject but the author has made it easy to understand.

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Jack
09-03-19
Very True
The occasional appearance of the professor to make connections between the experiments, information and reality are very insightful. It is fascinating the idea that what you or I consider to be a reality as an independent observer may not be so independent. Entanglement is indeed rather `spooky’, and perhaps a source of new insight into how we interact with the world around us.

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Ruldoo
09-03-19
Well Done Author
The first book God used to start me on the path to Yeshua’s light in His glory! Yehway is the great observer which keeps all the known existence from blinking out of existent.

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Diana
09-03-19
Well Done
Photons are an elusive quest for scientists and their understanding is an important piece of the quantum sphere. This publication details their characteristics and place in modern technology in an upbeat, dynamic way.

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Willow
09-03-19
Very Nice
I’m a geek for this stuff. Good for those of us who dabble in Physics from sheer curiosity but do not actively practice the discipline.

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Melody Shelody
09-03-19
Very Informative
Excellent Book for the armchair Quantum Physicist, no math at all, everything is very clearly described by Martin. I’d recommend the book to everybody who reads English and likes physics and Nature.

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Jacqueline
09-02-19
Great
I highly recommend it to anyone, scientist or no, who wants to gain an understanding of quantum mechanics, a branch of physics that simultaneously strikes us macroscopic humans as completely whacky, but is also by far the most precisely experimentally validated theory to ever come down the pike.

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Allie Peter
09-02-19
Believable
This is a beautifully written book, describing for the layman the central mystery of quantum mechanics- Entanglement. Martin also describes how an extremely insightful physicist, figured how to do something extremely unusual; i.e., to employ actual scientific experiments to answer deep philosophical questions about the nature of reality and causality.

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Miranda D
09-02-19
Remarkable
Remarkably, this book avoids obscure theoretical demonstrations, and is, indeed, readable by the average technically inclined reader without using obscure or hard to understand mathematics. The examples presented are straightforward and easy to grasp by readers with little more than High School education.