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Re: Good Question!

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Posted by Schnee/">Schnee on June 29, 1998 14:24:33 UTC

Astro- Also, I think that bringing relativity and quantum mechanics together is the key to really know what's going on in our Universe. Relativity and Quantum mechanics are on opposite ends and there has to be something in the middle to help bring them together. I would also like to brush up on my quantum mechanics, can you recomend one or two book that really explains it well and proposes some solutions for problems, such as singularities or space-time or anything like that.


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