Quantum Field Theory for Dummies

The easiest explanation of the most beautiful quantum theory of reality

“I had set out to disprove quantum field theory — and the opposite occurred! I was shocked.”

— David Gross, theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate

When we were in school, we were taught that every matter is made up of tiny little particles called atoms having a concentrated central mass called the nucleus…

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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