Richard Feynman Plays the Bongos




When he wasn’t busy hashing out the theory of quantum electrodynamics, Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman was hitting the bongos and singing praises to orange juice. Watch him go. And find more vintage Feynman resources below.

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