murray gell- mann and richard feynman, two brilliant, nobel laureate physicists at caltech,. i recall him sitting in my office at the bbc when he said he admired the books on my shelves.
the author george johnson has written a biography of gell- mann, strange beauty: murray gell- mann, and the revolution in 20th- century physics ( 1999), which was shortlisted for the royal society book prize. gell- mann himself criticized strange beauty for some inaccuracies, with one interviewer reporting him wincing at the mention of it. freeman dyson, " wise man", new york review of books ( 20 october ) murray gell- mann angered [ feynman' s] family at a memorial service by asserting " he surrounded himself with a cloud of myth, and he spent a great deal of time and energy generating anecdotes about himself. " these were stories, gell- mann added, " in which he had to come out, if.
and richard feynman, a nobel laureate in his own right, who was largely responsible for gell- mann' s coming to caltech and who has worked closely with him ever since, said about his friend and colleague: " this event marks the public recognition of what we have known for a long time, that murray gell- mann is the. it was usually the low point of my year. in the audience at cal tech were two leaders of modern physics, murray gell- mann and richard feynman, who interrupted with frequent questions, ruthlessly probing to see if i really knew what i was talking about and had anything new to say.
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Courtesy of california institute of technology). In 1958, gell- mann and richard feynman, in parallel with the independent team of george sudarshan and robert marshak, discovered the chiral structures of the weak interaction in physics. Richard feynman a life of many paths.
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