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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When legendary physicist Richard Feynman was called in to help solve the mystery of the Challenger space shuttle explosion in 1986, he didn't use advanced math.
As legendary physicist Richard Feynman put it, "they do not behave like clouds, or billiard balls, or weights on springs, or like anything that you have ever seen."
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Issac Newton and Albert Einstein did their great work in their 20s, as did Richard Feynman. Or take one of prize winners this week, Paul Romer, who published his first big paper on growth at 30, based on work he did as a graduate student.
If so great a physicist as Richard Feynman once claimed that "nobody understands quantum mechanics," what hope do we laypeople have?
Richard Feynman, the Nobel Laureate, would play bongo drums, presumably for much the same relief from high cognitive output.
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.