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The Feynman Series - Honours

The Feynman Series - Honours

Richard Feynman won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1965. He was considered by many to be the greatest scientific mind since Einstein. This is the second part in The Feynman Series, a companion project with The Sagan Series that promotes scientific education and scientific literacy in the general population.

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Guest: Photo Phan (2206 days ago)
Not sure how directly the royal wedding of 2011 really relates to what is being said.......that would be a much bigger debate from whichever standpoint you take. What Feynman was saying here had nothing to do with that event except in his dislike for the lauding of status.....again, content and visualisations don't really match effectively, unless of course you are an anti-royalist film maker who is trying to put across a political point....badly!
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Not sure how directly the royal wedding of 2011 really relates to what is being said.......that would be a much bigger debate from whichever standpoint you take. What Feynman was saying here had nothing to do with that event except in his dislike for the lauding of status.....again, content and visualisations don't really match effectively, unless of course you are an anti-royalist film maker who is trying to put across a political point....badly!
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Guest: F the Royals (2205 days ago)
Latest comment: Maybe the film maker was trying to bring home the point that the "royals" are honored not for anything else but for the mere coincidence that they were born onto "royalty" If you look at the other various short clips they were mostly made up of people who achieved something to get the award/prize they were accepting....What has Prince Williams to show for the "honor" that he is entitled to.
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Latest comment: Maybe the film maker was trying to bring home the point that the "royals" are honored not for anything else but for the mere coincidence that they were born onto "royalty" If you look at the other various short clips they were mostly made up of people who achieved something to get the award/prize they were accepting....What has Prince Williams to show for the "honor" that he is entitled to.
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