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Sunday, November 20, 2005

The Meaning of It All, Feynman

The Meaning of It All
by Richard P. Feynman

An intellectually-honest, outstandingly-brilliant mind in science grapples with questions that have confounded generations.

This compendium contains a set of 3 public lectures Feynman had given in 1963 on
1. The Uncertainty of Values
2. The Uncertainty of Science
3. This Unscientific Age

A few years back, I had spent about Rs. 500 at the Chennai airport to get a copy of this slim book (it was priced in dollars).
And now some noble soul has put this book online for free download...bless him!

Check the link (and download it before some sane guy decides to remove it!)



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