Academic and Research Positions in Physics
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In 1921, Dean Henry Burchard Fine of Princeton University went to New York to pick up Albert Einstein, who had chosen Princeton for a lecture series on his new theory of relativity. Scientists all over the United States packed the lecture hall for five talks. Einstein decided to settle down in Princeton in 1933. He died there in 1955. Photo courtesy of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.
- Photos. He likes to take
- Electronics. He was
and still is interested in electronics. He has eight PCs for
- Shortwaves. He
used to listen to the world even when satellite communication was
- Herod Complex is a
psychological problem for every physicist.
- Music. Physicists
like music. Why?
- Feynman as an Artist.
Feynman was a creative artist.
- Wheeler and Feynman.
Most of physicists do physics by writing down formulas. Some
people can do physics by drawing cartoons.
- Art Lovers.
You do not have to be Feynman to be an art lover.
- Show and Tell. He
likes to talk to everybody in the world, using his webpages.