I love this guy! ! ! !
Does a fantastic job of explaining nonlocality [ya know, quantum entaglement, how a particle with either one type of spin or charge - - at the other end of the Universe - - flips to balance a particle which is altered - - at the opposite end of the Universe - - some call it Magic, some call it Weird, some call it Magically Weird!].
Remember, think local, Imagine Nonlocal! [The one point I wish to make - - which detracts nothing from this book - - is that I believe that Bell's Theorem, or his experiment postulated - - proved superentanglement, not fundamental quantum entaglement, something it took me many years to grasp. Yup, it's that . . . May the Force Be With You . . . thing again. . .]
Of course, if super entanglement exists, does causality actually exist? ? ?