on 7 September 2003
This is surley one of the best books on the subject. It picks up where the Search for Schrodinger's Cat left off, brining the latest ideas in the bizarre world of quantum theory within reach of the lay reader. It is easy to follow and introduces the ideas of the future and the yet unsolved mysteries of our universe. It talks of teleportation machines and uncrackable codes.
Schrodinger's kittens appear throughout the book, they are the children of schordinger's hypothetical cat and extend this paradox into new realms, being sent off to different sides of the unverse.
This is a brilliant book and will spark an interest in quantum theory if you are new to the fascinatnig world and will further anyone with a burgeoning passion for the subject.