There is a world within the World: that of atoms and elementary particles. No one can see it, but it can be imagined and understood thanks to a theory: that of quantum mechanic. It reveals the law that govern the infinitely small, showing a reality that is not less fascinating than that of the macroscopic world.
In the first decades of the past century, important physicists such as Max Planck, Albert Einstein and others, paved the way to better understand the knowledge of the laws that govern nature, answering the questions that men have been asking for millennia.
This book will help you giving answers to many natural phenomena that remained obscure until about 100 years ago. It does it in a simple but rigorous way, making the concepts easily understandable, without trivializing them.
In particular, you will find:
I advise you to approach this text with curiosity, and to discover how science - that is often considered as "arid" - can actually prove to be fascinating and able to provide a new and wonderful view of the world