For the past decade, Dilip D. James has immersed himself in the subject of quantum mechanics with particular emphasis on its advantages and limitations. His insights into quantum mechanics, with regard to both, its successes and failings, are unmatched. He looks at what we know now about the sub-atomic world and contrasts that to what we thought we knew in 1927, when quantum mechanics as we know it today was established. He examines the philosophical basis of physics and science and also its meaning in practical terms. In this book, he introduces the Neo-classical Theory of Physics, a concept he has worked on for several years. D.D. James displays an uncanny knack for getting people past the idea that science is inherently dry and difficult. He has degrees in physics and mathematics, and at the same time, he is an alumni of the Trinity College of Music, London which proves him a confirmed music lover. D.D. James is married and has two sons. He lives in the Nilgiri Hills of South India..