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Excellent Read! The man was like a wide eyed kid in his description of physics! Recommend for any student studying physical science or physics. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Vatek1
We listened to this book on a car trip. Feynman made the time go by quickly . Fun and educational.Published 1 day ago by K. McKernan
This is a great collection of true stories great reading for anyone. Not just a person interested in physics. Most of the stories are of a personal nature not related to physics. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gary
Hilarious, thought provoking, bombast busting, too often right, all these things are Richard Feynman. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Reg Nordman
Really enjoyed. A fascinating, funny, and brilliant man. A must read in my opinion. Six more words required. Now done.Published 5 days ago by SuprMe
Great Book, funny and engaging.
Richard Feynman was a brilliant scientist who helped advance his field and scientific thought. Read more
Any book about this man is interesting! I love the way he tells his stories and explains his life and experiences.Published 8 days ago by Randee
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He's spot on.
It's pretty basic - if a girl believes a guy is lower value than her she loses attraction. Supplicating (ie. "buying" her affection, putting her on a pedestal, etc) is the last thing you want to do as a first impression. The thing is when you first meet someone you know... Read More
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I enjoyed his book. Just a few random comments. I found his bongo playing adventures interesting in that such a smart guy found it difficult to be good at it. I especially enjoyed his social error at Princeton regarding the lemon and milk in his tea.
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