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
It’s a tough job correcting scientifically inaccurate jokes, but someone’s got to do it.
Feynman at numbers 11 & 12.
Also, har de har. I was at a nanoscience conference in Barcelona when the Higgs was announced.
As a public service, I hereby present my findings on physics seminars in convenient graph form. In each case, you will see the Understanding of an Audience Member (assumed to be a run-of-the-mill …
Feynman name drop in the ‘Poetry’ talk.
There have been quite a few controversies over the years.
Feynman in a post about Nobels. And congrats to Higgs and Englert, hope the award doesn’t bum them out.
Nice article on the on-line Feynman lectures and the man wot did put em up.