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.
(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