The Pleasure of Finding Things Out

One of the most interesting characters of the 20th century was Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman.  Rumour has it that his IQ was less than 130, but his way of thinking about things was what set him apart.  He went against the grain.  His father taught him well, as you can hear in this video:

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