Richard Feynman-The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out

50-minute interview. Nobel Prize winning physicist Feynman is a delightful source of stories and insights. He understands science in its most fundamental and thrilling aspects. He discusses the dark side of his career, too, contributing to the development of the atomic bomb that eventually destroyed Hiroshima. On a lighter side, Feynman tells of his decision to only play with ideas and not try to do anything important. That decision led him to make the now-famous observations of a spinning & wobbling plate that led him to winning the Nobel Prize. He says, “The thing that doesn’t fit” is what he’s interested in. I was surprised to find that Feynman does not understand the significance of organic agriculture as compared to chemical agriculture. I guess I can give him that one big error.