Ask most of America to name a physicist and those who don't draw a blank will probably respond with either Einstein, Stephen Hawking or most likely a character from The Big Bang Theory. If you're lucky, they might say Carl Sagan. But the physicist that many of us plucky physics majors wanted to become most was usually one Richard Phillips Feynman. A lover of life and simplicity and art and music and women, Feynman was also one of the most brilliant physicists in the history of humanity. Read Full Review
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