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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Free Online Physics Cours­es

The Feyn­man Lec­tures on Physics, The Most Pop­u­lar Physics Book Ever Writ­ten, Now Com­plete­ly Online

Richard Feynman’s Let­ter to His Depart­ed Wife: “You, Dead, Are So Much Bet­ter Than Any­one Else Alive” (1946)

Learn How Richard Feyn­man Cracked the Safes with Atom­ic Secrets at Los Alam­os

‘The Char­ac­ter of Phys­i­cal Law’: Richard Feynman’s Leg­endary Course Pre­sent­ed at Cor­nell, 1964


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