From Physics Today twitter.
There is not a device invented that can measure the joy I have in watching a Richard Feynman lecture. The man was not only a brilliant, Nobel Prize winning scientist, he was a great teacher and communicator of science as…
It’s been up on here before, but this time with added Cox.
A physics course that hooked a generation reminds us that teachers need support.
“Here’s the deal. If ya wanna do this whole physics thing vanilla-style, go buy and read a nice physics textbook. If you want to taste physics — really take it in, like a delicious chocolate mousse or a symphony orchestra or Shakespeare done by British folk, this is where you have to be.”
Oral history interviews with leading scientists (including transcripts and voice clips) from the Center for History of Physics and the Niels Bohr Library & Archives at the American Institute of Physics.
Interview with Dr. Richard Feynman
At Altadena, California
March 4, 1966