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Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman

Adventures of a curious character - 30 - 450

Taschenbuch von Richard P. Feynman

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Artikel-Nr.:
70110078
Im Sortiment seit:
12.05.2011
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Autor:
Feynman, Richard P.
Verlag:
Random House UK Ltd
Imprint:
Arrow Books
Vintage Books
Originalsprache:
Englisch
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Physik
Astronomie, Allgemeines, Lexika
Seiten:
350
Gewicht:
264 gr
Beschreibung
Subtitled, "Adventures Of A Curious Character As Told To Ralph Leighton". Over a period of years, Feynman's conversations with his friend Ralph Leighton were first taped and then set down as they appear here, little changed from their spoken form, giving a wise, funny, passionate and totally honest self-portrait of one of the greatest men of our age.
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A portrait of the Winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1965, we see the wisdom, humour and curiosity of Richard Feynman through a series of conversations with his friend Ralph Leighton.
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Richard Feynman was, until his death in 1988, the most famous physicist in the world. Only an infinitesimal part of the general population could understand his mathematical physics, but his outgoing and sunny personality, his gift for exposition, his habit of playing the bongo drums, and his testimony to the Presidential Commission on the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster turned him into a celebrity.

Richard Feynman died in 1988 after a long illness. Freeman Dyson, of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, called him 'the most original mind of his generation', while in its obituary The New York Times described him as 'arguably the most brilliant, iconoclastic and influential of the postwar generation of theoretical physicists'.
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