Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime by Sean Carroll
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Quantum mechanics is probably the most fascinating part of physics, and it has faced deep controversies and debates since its origin. It is an interesting subject, even though there are many things that are highly confusing about it. I am just an honest autodidactic who wants to study quantum mechanics from textbooks and eventually to learn enough to think deeply about the foundations of quantum physics. I do not understand all the subtleties about it, but any lack of understanding it can be forgiven, as–to quote Richard Feynman- no one understands quantum mechanics.

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