Richard Feynman


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Noun1.Richard Feynman - United States physicist who contributed to the theory of the interaction of photons and electrons (1918-1988)
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They decided to visit the grave of Richard Feynman, and Leonard realized that science or Physics will only die if they stop being passionate about it.
The magazine, first published in 1978, was best known for its Q/As with the world's top thought leaders, like Richard Feynman, Candace Pert, and Freeman Dyson, its gonzo-style journalism, literary long-form on the sciences, fiction, and futuristic art.
Besides the above, are Richard Feynman, Kurt G|del, Alan Turing, Jon von Neumann, George Boole, Ada Lovelace, Gottfried Leibniz, Benoit Mandelbrot, Steve Jobs, Marvin Minsky, Russell Towle, Richard Crandall, Srinivasa Ramanujan, and Solomon Golomb.
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman was a lowly young waiter there.
To demonstrate the technique, the researchers transcribed an excerpt from a famous 1959 lecture by physicist Richard Feynman, "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom," which predicted the importance of nanotechnology.
In 1959, physicist Richard Feynman challenged his colleagues to engineer the world at the smallest possible scale.
Richard Feynman (1918-1988) was an American theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate.
BY RICHARD FEYNMAN, EDITED AND WITH ADDITIONAL COMMENTARY BY MICHELLE FEYNMAN
The late Nobel laureate Richard Feynman, describing his discovery of new laws of physics, declared: "You can recognise truth by its beauty and simplic
Future Nobel laureate Lev Landau, a Soviet physicist, came along in 1941, predicting that superfluid helium-4 should contain an exotic, particle-like excitation called a roton, but scientists--including Landau, Nobel laureate Richard Feynman, and Wolf Prize recipient Philippe Nozieres--have debated what structure the roton would take ever since.
The pages of his new book spin from the Venerable Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle to Richard Feynman and Princess Diana.
Feynman * JIM OTTAVIAN1 & LELAND MYRICK * First Second, 2011 * "If that's the world's smartest man, god help us"--a biography of physicist Richard Feynman