Richard Feynman: Take the world from another point of view (1973)

Yorkshire Television

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The enfant terrible of American Physics describes how his sense of continuous wonder, his childlike curiosity about anything and everything, led him inevitably to a life in science. That the connecting link between curiosity and the Nobel Prize is comprised of perseverance and brilliance is made abundantly clear by Feynmans far-ranging and self-deprecating remarks, which again and again underscore how for him the most abstruse insights were—perfectly obvious. This is a Yorkshire Television interview with Richard Feynman, which was shown in Great Britain in 1973. Below we can find an abridged but otherwise unedited transcript, with the comments and questions of the interviewer in italics. Source: http://calteches.library.caltech.edu/35/2/PointofView.htm
This is a Yorkshire Television interview with Richard Feynman, which was shown in Great Britain in 1973. Our article is an abridged – but otherwise unedited – transcript of the sound track, with the comments and questions of the inte... (read more)

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Brian wrote 4 years ago.
you have to love Feynman. He can make the most complicated
thing understandable.


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