Special Issue on Paul A. M. Dirac.
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Paul A. M. Dirac was a great mathematical poet, but he did not know how to
draw pictures. If we use cantoons, we can add somthing to what he did. In his
life-long attempt to build a bridge between quantum mechanics and special relativity,
he wrote four isolated papers. It is fun to connect them with cartoons to achieve
his ultimate goal.
You may think the above figure is a science fiction. However, it summarizes the
the efforts made by high-energy physicists using expensive partile
accelerators during the latter half of the 20th Century.
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Parade of Princeton
This event takes place every year on Satuday before the commencement. During
my time there (1958-62),
I did not have a
camera, and the concept of webpages is beyond anyone's imagination. Yet, I developed
the idea of horizontal communication through which I could send the
photos of those well-to-do Princeton graduates to everywhere in the world. Indeed, it