Temel Parçacıklar ve Fizik Yasaları

Temel Par ac klar ve Fizik Yasalar Yirminci y zy lda en nemli iki kavramsal ilerleme ku kusuz g relilik ve kuantum mekani idir Bu ikisini tek par a halinde birle tiren bir kuram geli tirme u ra zor ve halen s regelen bir meydan okum

  • Title: Temel Parçacıklar ve Fizik Yasaları
  • Author: Richard Feynman Steven Weinberg Zekeriya Aydın
  • ISBN: 9786051711645
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yirminci y zy lda en nemli iki kavramsal ilerleme, ku kusuz g relilik ve kuantum mekani idir Bu ikisini tek par a halinde birle tiren bir kuram geli tirme u ra , zor ve halen s regelen bir meydan okumad r Elinizdeki bu kitapta, Richard Feynman ve Steven Weinberg gibi se kin iki kuramsal fizik i, bu teman n merak uyand r c yanlar n incelemektedir Kuantum ElektrodinamYirminci y zy lda en nemli iki kavramsal ilerleme, ku kusuz g relilik ve kuantum mekani idir Bu ikisini tek par a halinde birle tiren bir kuram geli tirme u ra , zor ve halen s regelen bir meydan okumad r Elinizdeki bu kitapta, Richard Feynman ve Steven Weinberg gibi se kin iki kuramsal fizik i, bu teman n merak uyand r c yanlar n incelemektedir Kuantum Elektrodinami inin kurucular ndan Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac n an s na d zenlenen bu konferansta, Richard Feynman kar par ac klar n do as n , zellikle kuantum mekaniksel spin ile istatistik aras ndaki ili kiyi anlatmaktad r Steven Weinberg ise bu anma konu mas nda, Einstein n k tle ekim kuram n n fizi in en son yasalar yla nas l uzla t r labilece i hakk ndaki son d nceleri tart maktad r Nobel sahibi bu iki kuramsal fizik i, temel fizik ara t rmalar na muazzam katk larda bulunmu lard r ayr ca bilimin halka ula t r lmas na yapt klar hizmetler de yads namaz a da fizi in geli mesiyle ilgilenen herkes i in, b y leyici bir kitap olacakt r bu.

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    1. While I am overtly fond of anything Feynman wrote, these two essays with Steven Weinberg, also a Nobel laureate, demonstrate Feynman’s ability to make very complicated issues, especially that concerning quantum mechanics, seem very clear. Indeed, these are so incredibly lucid that for the first time one does not have to be a theoretical physicist to appreciate the difficulty under which physicists have labored for an entire century.With that said, anyone reading this should have a moderate bac [...]

    2. Jealousy it the virus that I am never able to cure, only temper. Cooking under other insecurities, it tends to explode whenever it finds more greatness to leech from. When I read a book like this one, I am jealous of men who seem to have a direct line to God while I am simply too stupid to even get put on hold. The Way Things Work comes as naturally to them as breathing, so that when I read their words I get a glimpse of what it feels like to breathe as they do, only to have the sensation slip a [...]

    3. After Paul Dirac died, Cambridge University endowed an annual lecture in his memory; Richard Feynman gave the first lecture, and Steven Weinberg the second. Weinberg doesn't tell anything that countless other popular books on elementary particles and quantum field theory don't tell, but Feynman actually derives many results connected to Dirac's life work: the CPT symmetry theorem, the reason there must be antiparticles, the spin-statistics theorem, magnetic monopoles causing the quantization of [...]

    4. Duzey biraz ileri Oncesinde Feynman"in "Fizik Yasalari Uzerine", "Alti Kolay Parca" ve "Alti Zor Parca"sini okumakta fayda var

    5. Dirac üzerine iki konferans metninden oluşan kitabın; popüler bilim kitabı olmadığını, alanında uzmanlaşanlara hitap ettiğini söyleyebilirim. Bu nedenle kitaptan ne yazık ki ihtisas alanım olmadığından bir şey anlayamadım. Yalnızca Feynman'ın çok ağır olan metnine kıyasla Weinberg'in kuantum fiziğine dair örneklerinin ve anlatımının bizler gibi alanda uzmanlığı olmayan yalnızca güncel bilimi takip etmeye çalışan genel okura daha uygun olduğunu söyleyebils [...]

    6. Way, way, way, WAY over my head. But the parts I could kinda (sorta) grasp were fascinating. Short and well worth reading.

    7. Summary of Paul Dirac Memorial LecturesThis book is a summary of 1986 Paul Dirac memorial lectures delivered by physicists, Richard Feynman and Steven Weinberg. This book requires the knowledge of undergraduate level physics and perturbation theory, and it is described in two chapters; the first is by Feynman under the title "The reason for antiparticle." This section describes the first attempt of Dirac in 1928 to "wed" newly discovered quantum mechanics and theory of relativity. When relativit [...]

    8. I strongly recommend all mathematicians to read this tiny book —even if they are not very fond of physics— and see great mathematics in action at the hands of two such great physicists. The first lecture (by Feynman) stresses the reason for antiparticles stemming from the will to put quantum mechanics with relativity as in, let us say, Dirac’s equation. The second lecture is by Steven Weinberg and addresses the sense of inevitability and beauty of the so-called «final laws of physics». T [...]

    9. Great the essay by Feynman on antiparticles: it requires a lot of effort to follow, but it's how theoretical physics should be done, in my opinion.

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