In Light After Dark II The Large and the Small, author Dr Charles Francis attempts to explain the inexplicable.
Dr Francis makes an exploration of the physics and philosophies that appertain t5o the conceptual basis of modern physical theory.
However he takes pity on us lesser mortals and very kindly has taken troubles not to include a whole wodge of equations, and has included sufficient explanations to make the book more accessible to general readers.
He points out that some of the so-called problems in modern physics has been caused by a lack of understanding of some people in the field when they have attempted to understand what one might describe as the more obtuse writings of colleagues whose only sin was to be perhaps not very good as communicators.
He explains that relativity and quantum mechanics are not two "disparate theories, as is sometimes suggested, but that together they form the logical conclusion of Leibniz' search for a fully relationist model of physics."
A lot of what you might think you know about physics may well not be entirely true. However, if you read this book you will find your knowledge of physics to be greatly expanded.
At only £14.99 this book will be a very valuable purchase for the layman or laywoman who is interested in physics, the lecturer or the student.
It is published by Matador Science and can be purchased at the That's Books Bookshop which you will find here https://goo.gl/Ltov34.