Category Archives: Richard Feynman
One of my favorite physicists had an unusual hobby to occupy his off-hours while at Los Alamos… This was a Feyn thing for Richard to excel at…
Dick Feynman, my most favoritest physicist of the late 20th century, discusses why antiparticles, predicted by Paul Dirac, must exist for any coherent theory of modern physics using both General and Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. This was filmed at the 1986 Dirac Memorial Lecture, so the resolution for this video is a bit funky, but Feynman’s brilliant lecturing style more than makes up for it. Enjoy.