Beyond Weird: Quantum Mechanics with Philip Ball, Lord Kelvin Prize Winner for Physics Communication
The writer Philip Ball is former editor of Nature, a physicist by training, and the author of over 25 books on science, history, and culture. In this intervi…
The writer Philip Ball is the former editor of Nature, a physicist by training, and the author of over 25 books on science, history, and culture. In this interview for MRB TV, Ball discusses his book, Beyond Weird: Why Everything You Know about Quantum Physics is Different, which won the William Thompson, Lord Kelvin 2019 Medal and Prize from the Institute of Physics, and the 2018 Physics World Book of the Year for 2018.
Learn more about Ball at: philipball.co.uk Ball is interviewed by Samuel Loncar, a philosopher and the editor of the Marginalia Review of Books.
You can see more of his work on YouTube on his own channel, at Marginalia, and www.samuelloncar.com MRB TV is part of the the Marginalia Review of Books, which brings Deep Learning for the Digital Age, connecting the best of science and scholarship to the public, arts, and culture.
Learn more and support us at: www.themarginaliareview.com, and read Loncar’s first interview with Philip Ball.