Louisa Gilder is the American author of The Age of Entanglement: When Quantum Physics Was Reborn, a history of science built from nearly real but utterly imaginary conversations.
Quotes by Louisa Gilder in Time One
Classical systems are paradoxically necessary to describe the quantum systems of which they are made.
Space, Einstein said, is merely what we measure with a ruler; time is what we measure with a clock.
Science unfolds in some directions rather than others because of circumstances.