Richard Feynman's Life in Science
By Lawrence M Krauss.
This is a very interesting little book. Paperback edition I have here. But I don't know how to explain it so therefore 'review pending'. It does exactly what it says - tells of Feynman's life in Science with all the details that fascinate scientists so much: i.e. who invented what, who worked out what, who discovered what and so on.. every individual credited where due.
And it adds much of a personal character to flesh out Feynman who was a very real character of the flesh, no dry as dust intellectual ghost.
Worth me getting back to and putting together a better review
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