P. C. W. Davies

Quantum mechanics can be mind-bogglingly complex. Even after reading this book twice, I still struggle to fully grasp the intricate details behind the Aspect experiment, let alone the mathematics that support it and its deeper implications. However, that is not the main focus of this book. Its purpose is to shed light on the controversies and differing interpretations of quantum mechanics for a wider audience.

Considering that quantum mechanics is one of the most successful scientific theories ever, with its ability to predict experimental results, it is only natural for physicists to seek a deeper understanding of its physical meaning. But interpreting quantum mechanics is no easy task and can even challenge traditional physics principles.

This book is quite dated, so it is advisable to explore more recent perspectives on Quantum Mechanics to see if any progress has been made in resolving these issues.