Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman

American theoretical physicist who worked on path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics, superfluidity of supercooled liquid helium, particle physics. He jointly received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965.

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May 11, 1918

Richard Feynman was born in Queens County.

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Fun to Imagine, 1983 interview with BBC2

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Avi Loeb
May 25, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
The ability to come up with truly revolutionary ideas is crucial--and extremely rare
Siobhan Roberts
April 16, 2020
www.nytimes.com
He made profound contributions to number theory, coding theory, probability theory, topology, algebra and more -- and created games from it all. He died of the coronavirus.
Kevin Berger
January 2, 2020
Nautilus
What Impossible Meant to FeynmanWhen you are a young physics professor at Caltech, giving a lecture about a new type of matter you...By Kevin Berger
Abraham Loeb
January 1, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
Theoretical models can be complex--but the most successful ones are usually not
Devin Coldewey
October 26, 2019
TechCrunch
Does quantum computing really exist? It's fitting that for decades this field has been haunted by the fundamental uncertainty of whether it would, eventually, prove to be a wild goose chase. But Google has collapsed this nagging superposition with research not just demonstrating what's called "quantum supremacy," but more importantly showing that this also is [...]
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