The Schrödinger's Cat Thought Experiment
book, 60 pages / 5" x 3.75"
Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment was created by physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935 and illustrates the absurdity of quantum theory when applied on a macro scale. The subject of the experiment was a cat that might be alive, dead, or both, depending on a random chance occurrence. This book aims to make the ideas behind the experiment understandable and engaging for everyday people through the use of cute, humorous diagrams and (often completely ridiculous) fictional anecdotes about Schrödinger, physics, and the improbability of creating immortal felines.