Friday, March 16, 2012

Reading 2 books at once

I'm reading 2 books at once.  They are both about the same person - but not as confusing as one may think.  Richard Feynman was a brilliant physicist.  Nobel Prize winner. Most famous for his work on the a-bomb , but people studying physics (at least when I was in college in the late 80's) relied heavily on his Feynman diagrams.  He is one of those "dead" people on my list of people I wish I could skip back through time and spend a day with.  He had a great curiosity about everything in life, an a great joy about life.

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