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Ideas of Richard P. Feynman, by Text

[American, fl. 1965, Professor of Physics at Cornell, and then at the California Institute of Technology. Nobel Prize.]

1965 The Character of Physical Law
1 p.13 People generalise because it is easier to understand, and that is mistaken for deep philosophy
6 p.129 Nobody understands quantum mechanics
Ch.1 p.13 Physical Laws are rhythms and patterns in nature, revealed by analysis
p.166 p.96 We should regard space as made up of many tiny pieces [Mares]