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Posted by Mark on December 3, 2001 22:35:12 UTC

Upon first reading the title and the back of the book, I was of the impression that this book was perhaps not suited to my particular interest.

I normally like to read a good ol' hard-core physics book or some likeness thereof (for example Q Is For Quantum was an excellent book on the history of Quantum mechanics and gave a mice comprehensive overview on the derivation of certain important formulas)... basically anything intended for the beginning to lower end intermediate physics student.

Tao of Physics is pretty good so far though. I can never get enough of philosophy, and I never even new how interesting the study of Eastern religion-philosophy-mysticism could be.

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