Richard Feynman: The Difference Between Knowing the Name of Something and Knowing Something

Richard Feynman (1918-1988) was no ordinary genius. He believed that β€œthe world is much more interesting than any one discipline.” His explanations β€” on why questions, why trains stay on the tracks as they go around a curve, how we look for new laws of science, how rubber bands work, β€” are simple and powerful. … Continue reading Richard Feynman: The Difference Between Knowing the Name of Something and Knowing Something