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Breakfast with Einstein

The Exotic Physics of Everyday Objects

Chad Orzel

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One World
19 November 2019
A Sunday Times Book of the Year From the author of the international bestseller How to Teach Quantum Physics to Your Dog Your humble alarm clock, digital cameras, the smell of coffee, the glow of a grill, fibre broadband, smoke detectors... all hold secrets about quantum physics.

Beginning at sunrise, Chad Orzel reveals the extraordinary science that underpins the simplest activities we all do every day, from making toast to shopping online. It's all around us, the wonderful weirdness of quantum - you just have to know where to look.
By:   Chad Orzel
Imprint:   One World
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm,  Spine: 21mm
ISBN:   9781786076403
ISBN 10:   1786076403
Pages:   288
Publication Date:   19 November 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Chad Orzel is an associate professor at the department of physics and astronomy at Union College. He has written for Forbes, Daily Mail and Physics World, and has spoken at numerous TED talks. His previous books have been translated into more than a dozen languages. He lives in Niskayuna, New York.

Reviews for Breakfast with Einstein: The Exotic Physics of Everyday Objects

'As Chad Orzel wonderfully shows in Breakfast with Einstein, a full gamut of our commonplace daily activities - from boiling water [on the stove]...to taking and exchanging photos with our electronic cameras and phones - depends on quantum rules... A must-read for anyone fascinated with how the quantum revolution explains how things work.' -- Paul Halpern, author of <i>The Quantum Labyrinth</i> 'Orzel is the perfect guide to the world of atoms and photons, demonstrating that even our morning breakfast rituals are not possible without the wonders of modern physics.' -- James Kakalios, author of <i>The Physics of Superheroes</i> and <i>The Physics of Everyday Things</i> 'Physics is everywhere and in everything, and no one explains physics better than Chad Orzel. This book is a meal for your mind.' -- John Scalzi, author of <i>The Rough Guide to the Universe</i> 'Informative and friendly.' * <i>New York Times</i> * '[A] fine example of scientific passion.' * <i>Sunday Times</i>, Books of the Year *


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