[KINDLE] ❂ Higgs Discovery ❆ Lisa Randall – Thomashillier.co.uk

Higgs Discovery On July 4th, 2012, One Of Physics Most Exhilarating Results Was Announced An Entirely New Kind Of Particle Had Been Discovered At The Large Hadron Collider The Particle A Higgs Boson Is The Key To Verifying And Understanding The Higgs Mechanism That Underlies Elementary Particle Masses Harvard University Professor Lisa Randall, One Of The World S Most Cited And Influential Theoretical Physicists, And Author Of The Bestselling Knocking On Heaven S Door And Warped Passages, Deftly Explains Both This Epochal Discovery And Its Startlingly Beautiful Implications.


About the Author: Lisa Randall

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10 thoughts on “Higgs Discovery

  1. says:

    It s difficult to know who this book by Lisa Randall is aimed at I would think its target audience is people who are scientifically literate but are not physicists, least of all particle physicists After all, if it was directed at physicists it would be farmathematical Regrettably, if the intended audience really is scientifically literate non physicists, then I feel it misses the mark by a mile I doubt that anyone who was not a physicist would understand much of this book I had alre It s difficult to know who this book by Lisa Randall is aimed at I would think its target audience is people who are scientifically literate but are not physi...


  2. says:

    I suppose if I were a physicist specializing in subatomic particles, I would understandof what the author is talking about Take, for example, a quote such as the following Spurious polarizaqtions are the source of problematic predictions for high energy scattering, so the symmetry allows only physical polarizations the ones that really exist and are consistent with the symmetry to remain.Hoo boy If I were a Tea Party type, I would at this point take out my checkbook and write a hug I suppose if I were a physicist specializing in subatomic particles, I would understandof what the author is talking about Take, for example, a quote such as the following Spuriou...


  3. says:

    I like Lisa Randall, but her popular books are hit and miss This one is a bit of a miss Half of the 79 pages of this already short book are recycled chapters from her other books No wonder it s only 2.99 onYou get what you pay for It seems like she really wanted to be first out of the gate with the whole Higgs discovery thingThe explanations in the book are great for the novice layperson I actually learned a lot about how the different channels were pieced together to discover I like Lisa Randall, but her popular books are hit and miss This one is a bit of a miss Half of the 79 pages of this already short book are recycled chapters from her other books No wonder it s only 2.99 onY...


  4. says:

    Higgs Discovery The Power of Empty Space by Lisa Randall Higgs Discovery this timely and topical Kindle Single, is written to enlighten the public to what the discovery of the Higgs boson means and to explain where it will take us Influential and highly acclaimed theoretical physicist and best selling author of Knocking on Heaven s Door , Lisa Randall, gives the reader an intellectual appetizer on the implications of the announcement that a key particle, the Higgs boson was discovered Randa Higgs Discovery The Power of Empty Space by Lisa Randall Higgs Discovery this timely and topical Kindle Single, is written to enlighten the public to what the discovery of the Higgs boson means and to explain where it will take us Influential and highly acclaimed theoretical physicist and best selling author of Knocking on Heaven s Door , Lisa Randall, gives the reader an intellectual appetizer on the implications of the announcement that a key particle, the Higgs boson was discovered Randall s expertise and ability to convey such a complex topic to the layperson is what makes this Kindle Single such a great value This 83 page book is composed of three sections Higgs Discovery The Power of Empty Space, An Excerpt from Warped Passages and An Excerpt from Knocking on Heaven s Door.Positives 1 A timely and fascinating topic, written at an accessible level for th...


  5. says:

    Because I was trained as a high energy particle physicist, and happen to have the last name Higgs, I am naturally drawn to books that focus on the Higgs Boson In fact, I have read quite a few, most of them written before the discovery of the Higgs Boson at CERN.This book was apparently written in response to ...


  6. says:

    This is a very sloppy book The first chapter is a hodge podge of hastily written facts and impressions of what the LHC discovery of Higgs particle is and what it may mean for the direction of theoretical physics And that s what s original in this short Kindle special The rest consists of two chapters from previous bo...


  7. says:

    A short book that reintroduced me to the four fundamental forces electromagnetism, weak nuclear, strong nuclear, and gravity the latter of which was mentioned only in passing Oh, yes, and a genteel recount of the author s exposure to the behind the scenes activities at the Large Hadron Collider LHC in Geneva, Switzerland, leading up to the 5 sigma confidence announcement by physicists that the Higgs Boson predicted by their standard model has indeed been proven to exist provisionally, of A short book that reintroduced me to the four fundamental forces electromagnetism, weak nuclear, strong nuclear, and gravity the latter of which was mentioned only in passin...


  8. says:

    The discovery of the Higgs particle, a few things about fields and particle decay It gets too technical although it s not a science textbook Most non physicists wouldn t understand a thing I for one couldn t follow so...


  9. says:

    This is a quick publication, intended to come quickly on the Higgs boson discovery, but Lisa Randall is clearly one of the best people to communicate the importance of this find She seems to have a good knack for communicating to those who have some...


  10. says:

    When I started reading this book, all what I was thinking of was that I ll finally be aware of the huge discovery how it impacts the world but unfortunately, all what I got isnew scientific terms that I may or may not search about later I don t even know how many stars I should rate it.


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