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Adam Becker was born on 1984 in New Jersey, United States, is an American astrophysicist, author and science educator. At 36 years old, Adam Becker height not available right now. We will update Adam Becker's height soon as possible.

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Becker worked at New Scientist magazine, and he was a researcher in the Labs division of the Public Library of Science (PLOS). As of 2018, he was a visiting scholar at the Office for History of Science and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley.


In 2016, Becker received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to write a book. The resulting work, What is Real? (2018), focused on the question of what exactly quantum physics says about the nature of reality.


The book deals with the personalities behind the competing interpretations of quantum physics as well as the historical factors that influenced the debate—factors such as military spending on physics research due to World War II, the Cold War ethos that caused the eschewing of physicists thought to be Marxist, the assumed infallibility of John von Neumann, the sexism that quashed the work of Grete Hermann the female mathematician who first spotted von Neumann's error, and the sway of prominent philosophical schools of the period, like the logical positivists of the Vienna Circle. Niels Bohr looms large in the book as the charismatic figure whose stature and obtuse writing style made it hard for alternate interpretations to be voiced. The book also challenges the popular portrayal of Albert Einstein as a behind-the-times thinker who couldn't accept the new paradigm. Becker argues that Einstein's thought experiments aimed at quantum dynamics are not stodgy quibbles with the seeming randomness of quantum physics, as characterized by the popularity of the quote that "God does not play dice". Rather, Einstein's thought experiments are apt critiques of action at a distance.


Adam Becker (born 1984) is an American astrophysicist and popularizer of science. He is a visiting scholar at University of California, Berkeley. His book What Is Real? explores the history and personalities of the foundations of quantum physics and reassesses the prominence of the views often grouped together as the Copenhagen Interpretation.

Born in New Jersey in 1984, Becker received his BA in philosophy and physics from Cornell in 2006, a MS in Physics from University of Michigan in 2007 and a PhD in Physics from University of Michigan with Dragen Huterer as his doctoral advisor in 2012. His thesis was on primordial non-Gaussianity, which he summarized in popular terms as, "I was trying to find out how much we can learn about the way stuff was arranged in the early universe by looking at the way stuff is arranged in the universe right now."