By Richard P. Feynman
Dieses witzige Buch des amerikanischen Physikers und Nobelpreisträgers dreht sich rund um den Menschen Feynman, der mit Anekdoten und Geschichten aus der Schulzeit, aus seiner Zeit in Alamo und schließlich als Professor aufwartet, die den Schluß zulassen, daß Feynman zeitlebens das warfare, was once guy hier als "Lausebengel" bezeichnen würde. Aber auch die Motivation Feynmans, zu den höchsten Gipfeln der Wissenschaft vorzudringen, wird aus diesen Geschichten deutlich: die Neugier.
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' Sie belieben wohl zu scherzen, Mr. Feynman.'. Abenteuer eines neugierigen Physikers. by Richard P. Feynman