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Mystery, Doubt, and Uncertainty is What Makes Life Grand!!!

September 12th, 2013 by Michael Tabor

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The late Richard Feynman who died 25 years ago at the age of 69 of cancer was probably the greatest scientific genius since Albert Einstein. What made Dr. Feynman so wonderful was that he was so down – to – earth that he made the most monumentally complex scientific ideas and concepts intelligible to us mere mortals. Yes, he was a little kooky, but when you win the Nobel Prize, you’re no longer goofy, you’re the expected “eccentric genius”.  I don’t want to elaborate here right now on the man who alas is remembered by many as someone who was a part of the Manhattan project but just really urge everyone to find the time to watch this special PBS broadcast which so brilliantly captured the essence of the man who will live on forever in our hearts and minds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlhInhfF3cc  

 

 

Click on and enjoy and of course, WhaDaYaThink ? What do you think ?

 

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