Understanding The Quantum World and Scientific History

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GREEN VALLEY, Ariz., Nov. 28, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Science is truly one of the deepest, the most complex, and the most relevant forms of knowledge in human history. It deals with such aspects as life, energy, matter and molecules. But even until now, the study of science has been based on empirical knowledge since the time of Galileo and this fact brings out the call for a deeper form of scientific research which leads to the quantum world. In his groundbreaking new picture book "Language of Nature: Quantum World Revealed," author David Judd Nutting presents to the world his views and in-depth study on science, nature and the world itself.

Language of Nature begins with the task of explaining to its readers what the world of quantum physics is all about. Since science is based on knowledge derived from the five senses, researchers are unable to verify or demonstrate the quantum world which is actually transempirical. Quantum physics explains nature's selective process while the transempirical world of nature becomes a creative process, which experimental knowledge could never translate or explain effectively. Aside from presenting the quantum world, the book contains very rich information and photos on famous researchers (including Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison), technological development, scientific history, inventions, video games, the solar system and so much more. There is no doubt that readers will have so much to learn from the author's research.

Richly-layered, surprising and very intelligent, Language of Nature is easily one of the most educational and most unique picture books about science today. Readers, including students, researchers and scientists, will enjoy immersing themselves with this picture book, especially when it comes to getting an acceptable interpretation of the quantum world and getting all the details in the history of science. Language of Nature: Quantum World Revealed goes beyond conventional science and is truly an essential read!

About the Author

Dave Nutting has spent the past 50 years of his professional career as a designer, engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a degree in industrial design. After serving two years as a 1st lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers, he joined the design firm of Brooks Stevens Associates. As a design consulting firm Nutting became involved in the design of Evinrude Outboard Motors, Mirro cookware, Bolens tractors, Studebaker automotive, and 3M products. For Willys Motors Nutting designed the first SUV the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and went on to design the Enstrom helicopter. Nutting established his own group, Nutting Industries and created a series of coin operated amusement games, starting with the IQ computer. Pioneering the world of arcade amusement rooms in malls, 22 Red Baron game rooms were established throughout the country. In 1970, Dave Nutting Associates became the the R&D consultants to Bally/Midway Mfg. In 1974, they created the first microprocessor pinball, then in 1975, the first microprocessor video game system and in 1976, the first video slot machine. Some of the more famous games produced by Bally/Midway were Gunfight, Seawolf, Pacman, Gorf, Wizard of Wor, Tron and Baby Pac Pin. In 1979, the Nutting group created the first personal computer, marketed as the Bally Arcade. For Boeing aircraft, Nutting developed the offense and defense simulators for the B-1 bomber. Nutting offers a unique fresh perspective to the real world around us, using video game analogy to help the quantum world.


           Language of Nature * by David Judd Nutting
                     Quantum World Revealed
         Trade Paperback; $25.99; 74 pages; 1-4134-8367-4
          Cloth Hardback; $31.99; 74 pages; 1-59926-126-X

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Carmi Domingo
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