Commentaries about my work on quantum mechanics

Gary Zukav, 1979, 12 printings through 1989, The Dancing Wu Li Masters, An Overview of the New Physics, Bantam Books, p. xxxi, 291n, 293-294, 296, 299, 302. 

Nick Herbert, 1985, Quantum Reality, Beyond the New Physics, Anchor Press / Doubleday, pp. 52, 219-220, 223-226, 245.

Eugene Linden, 1990, Can We Really Understand Matter? Time Magazine, April 16, p.57.

F. David. Peat, 1990, Einstein’s Moon – Bell’s Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality, Contemporary Books, pp. 115-117.

David Wick, 1995, The Infamous Boundary, Seven Decades of Controversy in Quantum Physics, Birkhäuser, in Chapter Testing Bell. pp. 103-113.

Leonnard Mandel and Emil Wolf, 1995, Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics, Cambridge University Press, pp. 648-655, 761.

Joan Bromberg, 2002, Oral history interview with John Francis Clauser, American Institute of Physics, Niels Bohr Library & Archives, (Correction: In the first paragraph, replace the name "Bob von Kaman", with “Theodore von Kármán”).

John F. Clauser, 2002, Early history of Bell's Theorem, Chapter 6 in Quantum [Un]speakables, Bertlmann and Zeilinger (eds.) Springer, pp, 61-98.

John F. Clauser, 2003 Early history of Bell's Theorem, in Coherence and Quantum Optics VIII, Bigelow et al. (eds.) Kluwer, pp.19-43.

Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner, 2006, Quantum Enigma, Physics Encounters Consciousness, Oxford University Press. pp. 148-149.

Louisa Gilder, 2008, The Age of Entanglement, When Quantum Physics was Reborn, Alfred A, Knopf, pp. 231, 253-261, 263-284, 286, 298, 309-310, 314, 318, 331, 338.

Jeremy Bernstein, 2009, Quantum Leaps, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, p.140, pp.169-171.

David Kaiser, 2011, How the Hippies Saved Physics, Science, Culture and the Quantum Revival, W. W. Norton and Company, pp. 43-48, 54-55, 75, 111, 117-119, 121, 139, 169, 175, 177-178, 196, 197, 199, 205, 212, 227, 229, 248, 258-261, 269, 271, 272, 278 314n, 316n. See also John F. Clauser, 2016, Book Review of David Kaiser, 2011, How the Hippies Saved Physics, in Perspectives in Physics, 18, 395-403.

Public Broadcasting System, 2011, The Fabric of the Cosmos, Nova Television Documentary, Hosted by Brian Green. (part 2 of 3).

David Kaiser 2012, How the Hippies Saved Physics, Science, Culture and the Quantum Revival [Excerpt], This book excerpt traces the history of quantum information theory and the colorful and famous physicists who tried to figure out "spooky action at a distance", Scientific American.

David Kaiser, 2014, Is Quantum Entanglement Real? The New York Times Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014.

Public Broadcasting System, 2018, Einstein’s Quantum Riddle, Nova Television Documentary. (Correction to Einstein’s Quantum Riddle: In the Freedman-Clauser experiment, excitation of the Calcium beam was by UV light from a Deuterium discharge lamp, not a laser. Suitable tunable lasers had not yet been invented in 1972.)

Public Broadcasting System, 2018, Einstein’s Quantum Riddle – excerpt: “Collecting Evidence for Quantum Entanglement | Einstein’s Quantum Riddle” (Use this resource to discover how physicist John Clauser developed an experiment to test John Stewart Bell's theory and how other scientists responded to its limitations in subsequent experiments.)”.

Adam Becker, 2018, What is Real? The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics, Basic Books, pp. 193-197, 204-207, 207(photo), 209-211, 212, 214, 215, 249, 264.

George Greenstein (with forward by David Kaiser), 2019, Quantum Strangeness, Wrestling with Bell’s Theorem and the Ultimate Nature of Reality, The MIT Press, pp. 71-79, 93.

Geraldine Cox, 2021, First Experiment to Explore the Bell Inequality - Freedman, Clauser,

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