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A while back I read the autobiography of Richard Feynman, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist who worked on the atomic bomb with Einstein. The book is a series of anecdotes: Stories about the time Feynman made an elevator for ants, or when he accompanied the ballet on his bongos.




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