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Tode N Claudia Baiio







Joined Jul 30, 2020

They called Feynman the "Great Explainer."

Richard Feynman (1918-1988), an author , graphic novel hero , intellectual, philosopher, physicist, and No Ordinary Genius is considered to be one of the most important physicists of all time.

  • He pioneered an entire field: quantum electrodynamics (QED).
  • In the 1940s, his invention of the Feynman Diagram helped bring much-needed visual clarification to the enigmatic behavior of subatomic particles.
  • His work helping scientists understand the interaction of light and matter earned him a share of a Nobel Prize in 1965.
  • His work has directly influenced the fields of nanotechnology, quantum computing, and particle physics.
  • In 1986, his research and explanations were critical in helping to understand the cause of the space shuttle Challenger disaster.


Learning From the Feynman Technique


Wall Street Journal

Ever had a run of bad luck? It feels like the world is actively conspiring against you.

Ever wonder if you can improve your luck? And I don't mean with voodoo or magic crystals.

Turns out somebody has done scientific research on luck. So I gave him a call.

Richard Wiseman is a professor of psychology at the University of Hertfordshire and the bestselling author of many books including: Luck Factor . (His excellent YouTube channel is here .)

Richard studied over 1000 people. And, yes, it turns out some people are very unlucky. Here's Richard: