Einstein's Mistake by Jan Andrew Buck ’67 explains, for the general audience, how modern theoretical physics can explain the nature of physical reality from the perspective of human perception, and how the world is governed by quantum mechanics and quantum field theory. It is presented as a book by two pseudonymous authors, both physicists, one American, the other Italian. The authors, during the course of the story, become absorbed into it and disappear from its external execution like subatomic particles sometimes do in deep space. The novel perspective explored in this book answers some mysteries of our universe: of life and death, of time, etc. A fictional narrative in the book follows a day worker who, in contrast to a world ponderously pursuing the ultimate particle, sees the larger truth of things seamlessly coherent across all of creation, personifying the principle that the path to truth is intellectual humility.