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  • tassieguy
    You're right. I don't know anyone else who could explain complicated scientific concepts to ordinary people like he could. I don't have a background in maths and I thought I'd never have any comprehension of things like quantum mechanics but he uses analogies so that lay people can get an idea of what it all means without having to know maths.  

    If you want a good read about his life in science, and if you haven't read it already, I can recommend his book, 

    "Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman"; Adventures of a Curious Character.  

    I'm sure you'll love it. 

    Thanks for posting the video.  
    July 31
  • Ol101
    Dear Abstraction
    Color is just a physiological reaction of the brain in response to external stimulation. Hallucinations, mushrooms or sightings of an apple are equal here. In the outside world, in relation to our brain, there is no color.
    There are three components - sources of LIGHT, receptors and mirrors.
    Why did I choose this website?
    Certainly I am not Maxwell, who 150 years ago sent letters to artists with similar thoughts. But I can say little has changed.
    This topic interested me after the course "J. Albers" and communication with Bob Rauschenberg.
    July 17