Richard Feynman: Fun to Imagine | Using physics to explain how the world works
CHANNEL | BBC 2
FIRST BROADCAST | 12 August 1983
DURATION | 11 minutes 56 seconds
Richard Feynman gives us a glimpse inside his head in this exploration of how we think about complicated ideas.
Fellow Nobel Laureate Hans Bethe said of Feynman that he was not only a genius but also a magician because 'A magician does things that nobody else could ever do and that seem completely unexpected... and that's Feynman.'
'I get a kick out of thinking about these things.'
Why rubber bands stretch and why magnets are magnetic.
The mystery of magnetic and electrical forces.
Richard Feynman discusses the 'psychology' of mirrors.
Richard Feynman talks about the role of imagination in astronomy.
Feynman ponders the process of thinking.
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