Richard Feynman - Names Don't Constitute Knowledge


Added on Oct 12, 2016

Length: 02:06 | Comments: 5

In 1973 the Yorkshire public television decided to make a short film (Take the World from Another Point of View) about the Nobel prize winner, Richard P. Feynman. This is a short excerpt from that same film. Feynman was an American theoretical physicist, author, and all-round nice guy. A key figure in the history of science, Feynman revolutionized the way we view the world around us.

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Tags: Richard  Feynman,  Physics  ,  science,  STEM,  history,  names,  knowledge 


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