Richard Feynman was a superstar of science. As a musician, an extrovert, a well-known party guest and a noble laureate in the field of quantum electrodynamic theory, Feynman made a name for himself, beyond just a scientist, but as a modern Vitruvian man. Feynman was revolutionary in his field for developing the “Feynman diagrams,” an outline for the mathematical expression governing the behavior of subatomic particles. A contemporary and a biographer of Feynman: Lawrence M. Krauss is here to talk about his new book about the man himself – it is titled simply: <i>Quantum Man</i>.
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