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Book 180: What Do You Care What Other People Think? by Richard P. Feynman

What Do You Care What Other People Think? by Richard P. Feynman

Finished reading on June 28th, 2015

Rating: 7/10

This is a collection of Feynman stories that mostly weren’t quite as humorous as in “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. 197 more words

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Book 179: Feynman by Ottaviani & Myrick

Feynman by Ottaviani & Myrick

Finished reading on June 24th, 2015

Rating: 7/10

If you’re interested in reading a scientists biography in a graphic novel format, then this might be a good choice, although it’s not exactly a biography as such – you just get scenes from Richard Feynman’s life, that you could also find in his stories, but here you get them in a shorter graphic format. 139 more words

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I want to bang on the drum all day

“One of the other residents of the Big House was a young, extremely able physicist, Richard Feynman. I can hardly think of that earliest period without recalling the sound of bongo drums: Feynman, just out of graduate school, played them for hours each night…”

–Edward Teller, Memoirs


What is matter? FLASH EXTRA CREDIT

Richard Feynman gives us the best visual representation of what matter is when he said that “things are made of littler things that jiggle.” In other words, matter has many layers. 112 more words

Philosophy 5

Building Curiosity - YouTube

I am just amazed by this youtube video from the PBS USA digital. Certainly I agree that curiosity is one of my most important values; much more than keeping safe. 81 more words


Richard Feynman…just because

He was a fabulous genius and I just felt like putting his picture here because I’m crazy about him:)  He played the bongo drums and new how to have fun.

Philosophy Of Life And Other Good Stuff

Having Fun In Church and Dying in the Faith of Christ: What I Learned from Richard Feynman

I was watching a documentary about the development of Quantum physics recently. One of the big developments in this field came from Richard Feynman. He was responsible for developing pictures called ‘Feynman Diagrams’ which showed what the results of sub-atomic particle collisions would be. 1,217 more words

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