del.icio.us bookmarks for September 16th
- BBC News – How Richard Feynman went from stirring jelly to a Nobel Prize
I'm currently reading The Secret Life of Birds by Colin Tudge. In it, he asks how anyone could possibly fail to be fascinated by nature – how anyone could not look at the world around them and just marvel and then want to understand why and how. The same motives drove Feynman and it is something that I identify with. There is so much for an enquiring mind – and those minds that are both enquiring and rigorous can be brilliant, like Feynman.
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