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← From One Physicist to Another: Lawrence Krauss Reflects on the Life and Work of Richard Feynman

Dean Buchanan's Avatar Jump to comment 26 by Dean Buchanan

I love Krauss and Feynman, and would recommend the book to anyone interested in science. But, I think that it would have been improved by more stringent editing.

On top of this, Richard's father-the man who had first encouraged him to solve puzzles and prodded him to enjoy questioning nature, who had been so concerned about his son's future, and who had written him a letter finally swelling with pride after his appointment at Cornell-died suddenly of a stroke one year after Arline died and at the height of Feynmans's depression.

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