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Well before Nigel Degras Tyson this guy was the father of the scientific method. His stories are well worth the time to read this book. Enjoy.Published 7 days ago by Monte Huebsch
Richard's genius is telling in this personal biography that reveals much about his persona as his genius. A gorgeous book to read, but don't expect predictability.Published 8 days ago by James Euclid
Very fun read, awesome as it teaches you about general life and science while making you laugh and making you take a look at the bright side of lifePublished 9 days ago by jose pita
A great enjoyable but 'simple' read by a great brain. Not essential reading but when brain strain becomes to much...Published 9 days ago by S. Thoms
Having first read this book around 15 years ago, I happened upon it again this morning. I remember liking it, so I decided to reread it. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Douglas Goldstein
Dr. Feynman is truly an extraordinary man. Reading his life stories was very entertaining. This book changed my stereotypical view of what the life of a great scientist is like.Published 22 days ago by Andrew
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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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