Leon M. Lederman is a Nobel Laureate, Pritzker Professor of Science at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and the author of the highly acclaimed The God Particle. Christopher Hill is chairman of the Department of Theoretical Physics at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
""A sparkling and articulate new account of how the quantum revolution changed 20th century science - and, as a further delight, how physics and poetry can speak the same language." -- Chicago Tribune "A little gem of a book on an enormously profound and, in many ways, a mysterious subject...." -- Contemporary Physics Book Review "Lederman and Hill, two very well known physicists, have written in a prose that speaks to the poet in all of us. A delightful and illuminating guide through the mysteries of the quantum world." -Gino Segre, department of physics and astronomy, University of Pennsylvania