Critique Of Richard P Brennan's Book: "Heisenberg Probably Slept Here"

In this science-physics anthology, Richard P. Brennan chronicles the lives, times, and ideas of twentieth century's Great Physicists. In preface, he commends extraordinary principals who made great contribution to Quantum Mechanics' principles: advanced reasoning from the likes of Newton, Einstein, Planck, Rutherford, Bohr, Heisenberg and Feynman. Each of these great minds contributed major theory and breakthroughs to enhance the physics world-view; their thinking projects a continuing study into the very essence of matter. Setting the stage and basis for Classical Physics, Brennan quotes the great physicist Isaac Newton (1676), who refers to even more ancient theorists, even back to the time of biblical Daniel and Greek Democritus. Newton said: " If I have seen further than other men, it is because I stood on the shoulders of giants ." Indeed, more giants were on the way; they would develop a division of effort between Classical Physics and Quantum Mechanics. In […]