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I don't know how I got to reading this book, but it clearly wasn't for me.
I believe this book is really for physicists who are Feynman fans for his work and want to know more... Read more
I originally read this book when I was in high school at the recommendation of my trigonometry/chemistry teacher. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ocean McIntyre
I just love this book. I had to purchase another copy after I could not find my old one after a move. The writing style is such that one can "hear" him speak the words... Read morePublished 10 days ago by F T
I loved this authentic satirical biography with hints of life's truths scattered throughout. The irony, of course, is the truth's that "Dick" discovers are from notional... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Pierre
Mr. Feynman is a great book I wished I had bough it sooner. I recommend.Published 27 days ago by Ivo Roperto
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|Why "You Just Ask Them?" worked for Feynman about getting intimate with...||
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
Apr 8, 2011 by Beau J. Randall | See all 2 posts
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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.
His view of the world shows that the... Read More
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