6 Easy Pieces
Posted Mar3-10 at 11:08 PM by ezperkins
I am a junior in high school. Today was our ELA-TAKS test (English Language Arts - Texas Assessment of Knowledge of Skills). After I finished, I read about forty pages into 6 Easy Pieces by Richard Feynman. I am in AP Physics C-Mechanics this year, so I know more physics than about 90% of my school, but I'm a newbie compared to most of you guys. Anyway, this book is boggling my mind; the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?! I talked to my physics teacher about it and he said that Richard Feynman was one of the biggest reasons that he developed a major interest in physics. I've always loved math and science, but this book is really making me fall in love with physics. Does Richard Feynman have that effect on any of you guys?
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