Richard Feynman: ‘I, a universe of atoms, an atom in the universe’

How the eccentric genius was much more than a physicist

Feynman juggling at a beach. Image source: Caltech Archives

The eccentric 20th century showman was so much more than a physicist. Richard Feynman won millions of hearts through his iconic lectures in the 1960s and 70s, of those who want to wonder in the realm of science, those who see science, not just as an academic…

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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Sunny Labh

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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