Beyond Uncertainty: Heisenberg, Quantum Physics, and the Bomb, by David C. Cassidy, 2009
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“An excellent follow up on Cassidy’s earlier masterwork, Uncertainty. Cassidy offers deep insight into Heisenberg’s role as a principal founder of quantum mechanics and as the leading German physicist during the WWII years in the quest for atomic energy and weapons. A valuable book, intended for a broad audience of enlightened readers without technical background. I recommend it also for the insights it offers to today’s domestic and international challenges.”
– Benjamin Bederson, Physics Professor Emeritus, NYU, and Manhattan Project member.