Richard Feynman Builds a Universe
Feynman (Richard)
Source: Feynman - The Pleasure of Finding Things Out - The Best Short Works
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Editor’s Introduction

  1. In a previously unpublished interview made under the auspices of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Feynman reminisces about his life in science:
    → his terrifying first lecture to a Nobel laureate-packed room;
    → the invitation to work on the first atomic bomb and his reaction;
    → cargo-cult science; and
    → that fateful pre-dawn wake-up call from a journalist informing him that he'd just won the Nobel prize.
  2. Feynman’s answer: "You could have told me that in the morning."

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