The complete FUN TO IMAGINE with Richard Feynman

Justin Valderrama
Justin Valderrama

I am so thankful some person thought, "We need to just let this brilliant man talk and record it" whoever you were, thank you.

Vor year
Rui Pedro Vilarinho
Rui Pedro Vilarinho

@Rima Tufiño-Rath dont know wjjaydhģ

Vor 22 Tage
Tom Sawyer
Tom Sawyer

@myUserName this is where your imagination comes in

Vor 22 Tage
Tony Stone
Tony Stone

I had the privilege of being his student and he supervised my doctoral dissertation. His brilliance as a physicist was only matched by his extraordinary gifts as a teacher. He drew the best out of everyone of his students. He. Was funny and witty but kind and gracious. And there was that accent! Didn’t he realize that Nobel-Prize winners weren’t suppose to sound like Brooklyn Dodger fans? He was also an artist. Most of all he was an educator; he made minds grow. I’ll never be able to loose the phrase, “jiggling atoms” from my vocabulary. He died too young and we shall not see his like again.

Vor 5 Monate
camsy83
camsy83

@VajraSutra Oh wow, he taught English too?? I had no idea!

Vor 4 Monate
Jon Snow
Jon Snow

Whoa! That's cooler than having Ned Stark as your dad

Vor 5 Monate
VajraSutra
VajraSutra

He clearly didn't teach you English. "He. Was ..." and "loose"?! It feels disrespectful to me when someone can't be bothered taking care or checking and editing what they are writing for others to read. Maybe that's just me though. You clearly have great love and admiration for this man. And, you took the trouble to comment. I just don't understand why you wouldn't go to just a little more trouble and make a good job of it.

Vor 5 Monate
Amresh Tripathi
Amresh Tripathi

You’re so lucky

Vor 5 Monate
Keith Kessler
Keith Kessler

I also knew him, but from continuing ed classes at Hughes Aircraft. I had quite a few chats with him, almost every week after class. "Jiggling" was definitely his favorite word. I still wonder if that had anything to do with his hanging out in strip clubs. I love listening to his famous Cornell lecture on QM and reflecting on the fact that he sounds just like the Ed Norton character from The Honeymooners. If you ever have a chance to see Alan Alda play him in QED, DO NOT MISS IT. It was just like another visit with him. He once crushed me in a philosophical argument over whether partons had any reality other than being a quantum number if, in principle, one cannot observe an isolated parton. All he said was "Prove to me [by direct observation] that a brick has an inside... Surely you don't mean to suggest that bricks don't "actually" have insides just because you can't see them." Later I read that EXACT SAME argument about something else in "Surely You're Joking". I got punked! Not only was he a great teacher, he was a great and humble learner [the only thing he may have been humble about :)]. He once picked my brains about some basics about feedback control theory, of which he was completely ignorant at the time. He needed to understand it for a project he was working on. A week later, he was an expert on the subject.

Vor 5 Monate
Edgy the Hedgy
Edgy the Hedgy

I’m currently doing my PhD in physics and several times I’ve let doubt creep into my mind about whether or not to continue. This man’s books, videos, and lectures always remind me why I choose to do this; because science is fun and beautiful and you have to remember that that’s why you do it, not for a paycheck or a piece of paper or a title, but because it’s this fun, wonderful thing to be explored. Wish he was still alive

Vor 3 Monate
browhat
browhat

@Baby Yoda tell me how it goes cos I did mine last year

Vor 2 Monate
Baby Yoda
Baby Yoda

I’m 16 and i want to be a theoretical physicist too. I’m doing my GCSE’s now and its quite hard but i hope one day I’ll get a PhD too!!

Vor 3 Monate
Uma
Uma

Edgy .. don't give up. World need more good physicists .Physics is everything and we still needed it forever and ever. Good luck!

Vor 3 Monate
Keith A.
Keith A.

When I was a kid going to high school (Pasadena High School), I was a member of the Calculus Club. Occasionally we had this quirky professor come over from Caltech and tutor us. (There were only about a dozen of us in the Calc Club.) Professor Richard didn't seem to be very interested in teaching us math or physics. He was more interested in getting us to think, be inquisitive, think outside the box, ask questions, don't follow conventional wisdom. (At the time there were new technologies being developed to look at the world differently. Mankind was beginning to explore space with satellites and probes. New instruments were being developed to examine the world around us - like the electron microscope). Professor Richard had a profound impact on the way I saw the world around me. I didn't know him as Dr. Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize winner; he was just Professor Richard........

Vor 2 Monate
Bob Baker
Bob Baker

You're so lucky to have a first hand dose of his enthusiasm. I thought I read you were a member of the Cactus Club when I first skimmed your comment. ??? LOL

Vor 2 Monate
yuriination
yuriination

So lucky!! If I had teachers like him I wouldn't have quit school.

Vor 2 Monate
Donna Rice
Donna Rice

He was my father's favorite teacher... He was lucky enough to have him at Caltech... I still have his physics book from that class with his homework in it. My dad landed at Bell Labs, an electrical engineer. ..as a child I thought he drove a train. Over the years, spurred on by my dad's enthusiasm I've plowed through reading Feynman's books and watching his lectures, somehow makes me feel closer to my dad...I'm pretty sure he inspired my dad to pick up the bongos...and why I have some too. *We were all lucky to live in a time that produced such an amazing mind.. gotta love it...the constant jiggling💕

Vor year
françois Vallet
françois Vallet

Donna, Parts of Richard Feynman's magic & genius were in your Dad's mind and are in you ! Do enjoy his smiling way at explaining physics with fun ! He is brilliant !

Vor 11 Monate
Tony
Tony

Thanks for sharing your wonderful story. I have only just discovered this amazing gentleman. My son has yet undiagnosed difficulties. He loves science. I will be showing him Feynmans videos.

Vor year
Korkee Konrad
Korkee Konrad

I've listened to Fun to Imagine from beginning to end a dozen times in my life. Nobody made science seem so fun as Feynman, he and Sagan shaped my life.

Vor 2 Monate
Illuporegg
Illuporegg

thank you for existing friend

Vor 2 Monate
Hoozaifa Morbiwala
Hoozaifa Morbiwala

Feynman changed my life . Listening to him , allowed me to really know what it means to understand something. Works wonders . He was a true genius.

Vor 5 Monate
Santhosh Kumar
Santhosh Kumar

He never lost his curious inner kid.. His smile while he explains speaks for itself ❤.. That smile is contagious..

Vor year
m !
m !

Feynman was so amazing. The joy of teaching is contagious. People like him should be controlling countries, not the morons we have today.

Vor 2 Monate
loafy
loafy

*believe in contrails

Vor 2 Monate
Kishore Varma
Kishore Varma

if every student had a teacher like him the world would be a hundred times more advanced. The passion with which he speaks science is so beautiful

Vor 11 Monate
Mikerosoft
Mikerosoft

Throughout my entire live I have never seen such honest intent and joy out of someone explaining, especially physics. This is my favorite video of all time, it sparks with joy and always motivates me whilst creating a smile on my face. Whenever I'm down I just watch this, cry a little and then get back to live, knowing there are curious and happy people out there who thrive to become the best of themselves and helping others. He is a true idol. Thank you Richard Feynman for who you were, may you rest in peace and be gratefully for your contribution to humanity.

Vor 2 Monate
Keith Perdue
Keith Perdue

OMG! 4 years of science in 10 minutes...I would have been blessed to have had a teacher like him. Painless learning is SO much fun. I'm 70 & enjoy the hell out of this.

Vor Monat
Chris Unitarted
Chris Unitarted

This man has been an inspiration for so many physicist . Legend

Vor 5 Tage
H3w4
H3w4

"If you think science is boring, you are learning from a wrong teacher" - Richard Feynman

Vor 2 years
Gunslinger
Gunslinger

@ya yeet you seriously don't know anything about Feynman

Vor year
Rene
Rene

@Aubrey De Bliquy thank you now I got it . Yeah thats for sure there are many conceptional aspects in science which we actually use and think to understand just to realise later that it wasn’t that right cuz of new information . but thats the beauty of science every knowledge created is simply a overlap of subjective information formed through experience and observation to a collective and accepted standard. Its like Schrödinger’s cat in the quantum world everything is possible till you observe and determine it.

Vor year
Aubrey De Bliquy
Aubrey De Bliquy

@Rene It is, but we do not know what it is like and nobody is looking What we measure and describe as gravity is a composite of multiple instantaneous forces.

Vor year
Rene
Rene

@Aubrey De Bliquy but how should we describe the forces which allows planets like earth to move around objects like the sun if it isn’t a force like the gravitation and the centripetal ?

Vor year
Scroopy Nooperz
Scroopy Nooperz

If all children had to teachers as clearly descriptive, entertaining and enthused as Feynman was about science, we'd have generations of people growing up with a love of critical thinking and a zest for scientific experiment. Feynman and Sagan were taken from us too soon.

Vor 4 Monate
Barbara Olson
Barbara Olson

Fascinating, this man makes physics come alive. My step father was a nuclear physicist and I would have loved to watchthis and the other lectures with him.

Vor Monat
Zane A
Zane A

I read his books. he's great at imagining, but that is not the only reason he's successful. many people have the most vivid imagination and are depressed stuck in a job they hate. You can see his brain chemistry getting flooded with dopamine and seratonin..etc and you can hear it in his voice as his throat muscles tighten of happiness talking about a coffee cup getting warmer. The reason he's achieved so much is because he doesnt get bored of thinking. if you get more happiness watching youtube over studying, then thats what youre going to be good at: watching videos. Now if you enjoy watching lectures then you are as lucky because you can learn and be amazing at anything you enjoy. -Note to self

Vor 6 Monate
Rev. Hilary
Rev. Hilary

“I get a kick out of thinking about these things” — and I’m getting a kick out of his enlightening me. For example, I know about jiggling atoms but the way he explained it still blew my mind and made it more wondrous. Blew my mind again when he said “ that’s the sun coming out again.” Ecstatic physics. Understanding breeds delight.

Vor 9 Monate
Robert Duran
Robert Duran

I love how he flips from genius to happy kid when finishes explaining something. Like "Isn't it a delight to learn and think about this stuff?" Yes. Yes it is.

Vor 2 Monate
Robert Duran
Robert Duran

@ferise1 I might be a nerd, lol.

Vor 2 Monate
ferise1
ferise1

It’s really dull

Vor 2 Monate
spacejunky
spacejunky

I love this man. He captures exactly why I love learning about science so well! I wish I could have had him as a teacher.

Vor 9 Monate
DTR89
DTR89

I bet Feynman would've never dreamed that almost 2 million people would watch this. The magic of Youtube allows him to teach millions of people even after death.

Vor 9 Monate
Mehmet Necati
Mehmet Necati

His speech actually helped me to understand things better, I am grateful that I have watched this video. He is extremely enthusiastic about real world and understanding things almost like a kid, yet he is one of the wisest men I have ever listened to. Great man.

Vor year
L2K4D44L4R
L2K4D44L4R

The exuberant joy with which he's telling these stories is lovely.

Vor year
Istvan Beszteri
Istvan Beszteri

I have met couple of brilliant minds in my life. They all had something common in them that I never could express. The very same thing radiates from Feynman.

Vor 9 Monate
mimick mimick
mimick mimick

How did you know when you got it right? The variable..

Vor year
Kirby Obsidian
Kirby Obsidian

WOW! Trees growing out of Air. And Fire as captured Sunlight. Amazing new perspectives from watching this man joyously speak the language of Scientific Imagination. Thanks for this one!

Vor 7 Monate
James Lorman
James Lorman

Same two perspectives that amazed me also....what an awesome dude he was !!!

Vor 6 Monate
Roman Dobczansky
Roman Dobczansky

I love this man and his mind and the way his soul delights in transmitting his embodied scientific knowledge

Vor 3 Monate
Andras Jonas
Andras Jonas

Brilliant man. He was a gift to humanity. What a loss when people like him finish their journey on this Earth.

Vor 3 Monate
Sean D
Sean D

This man has figured it out. I’m in awe of his understanding of the natural forces. He’s vibrating so strongly I can feel it thru the screen.🤯🤓🙏

Vor Monat
73Soundman73
73Soundman73

Feyman was an absolute treasure to all humanity.

Vor 2 years
Man OnEarth
Man OnEarth

His name is Feynman.

Vor year
John Clavis
John Clavis

"The world is a dynamic mess of jiggling things if you look at it right." How lucky we were to have Richard Feynman.

Vor 5 Monate
Mark g
Mark g

I’m in awe of this incredible human being. Knowing so much and with such great understanding might make some people feel small and insignificant, yet this man chooses to live in awe of the wonder and fascination. Thanks for posting!

Vor 9 Monate
Franko Walker
Franko Walker

What a legend. I had 4 of his lectures on reel to reel when I was growing up in the 70's. I literally played them to death. He is surely missed.

Vor Monat
Krish
Krish

Feynman doesn't see humans, chair, coffee cup, or table he sees a bunch of molecules Jiggling. I remember reading "Surely you re joking Mr Feynman" when I was 20-21. People like Feynman live forever in our hearts.

Vor year
ryanizer11
ryanizer11

The greatest thing about the view is just how excited he seems while explaining it you can tell it truly makes him happy to explain and share the knowledge he has learned himself

Vor 2 years
censored by youtube
censored by youtube

What a brilliant,brilliant teacher this man was.his enthusiasm is amazing.

Vor 5 Monate
Dr. Robert
Dr. Robert

The pure joy and wonder in his face as he discusses these topics, fills me with joy. Incredible that despite decades of study he never lost that childhood wonder

Vor 2 Monate
Oasis Reverie
Oasis Reverie

You have to love his passion and enthusiasm for quantum mechanics.

Vor year
Caitlyn J
Caitlyn J

This video should be showing in every high school in the world, non-stop. We will be advancing science in a much faster pace. Anything less is dragging down a young kid’s interest at such an early age.

Vor 4 Monate
Menty Smith
Menty Smith

What I wouldn’t give to have been a student in his class! Truly one of a kind human being!

Vor 26 Tage
BattleBeard
BattleBeard

Knowledge from the mind of a scientist with the delivery of a comedian and the passion of a true educator.

Vor Monat
Charles Sharpe
Charles Sharpe

"I think Nature's imagination is so much greater than man's, she's never gonna let us relax!" - Richard Feynman Richard understood this. We are nature since the beginning of time. I believe Richard understood this, but wasn't able to speak of it.. To hold such significance is like going though a blackhole, without imagination. If that imagination isn't true, it is fractured into inf. pieces of light. An imagination that is true, holds and is the story of all time.

Vor 9 Monate
Andy Lane
Andy Lane

There’s something very endearing about one of the great geniuses of human history explaining such basic concepts.

Vor 10 Monate
Erin go breath Tiocfaidh ar lá
Erin go breath Tiocfaidh ar lá

I left school at 10 ,but find myself crying almost at such a beautiful mind

Vor 10 Monate
Erin go breath Tiocfaidh ar lá
Erin go breath Tiocfaidh ar lá

Andy, you put into words what I was an hour trying to explain to myself,x

Vor 10 Monate
P GR
P GR

He's so excited about the laws of physics. The way he describes surface tension 4:03 it's the most exciting thing in the world to him. This is someone exploding with passion for his field. I love to see that.

Vor year
Mitch
Mitch

I guess that's why he became such a good scientist. :-) He is just soooo curious.

Vor year
Gary Potter
Gary Potter

Without men like Feynman, we would still be in the dark ages. Our future depends on forward thinkers. He’s a treasure.

Vor 11 Monate
dragoondexter
dragoondexter

I love his mood, he is so excited to talk about this stuff, it’s infectious

Vor 5 Monate
Deniz ismail Kula
Deniz ismail Kula

I swear to god this is the way to teach anything, be excited about it! Our Physics Professor was so excited before showing us how the Balmer-series were derived from some seemingly random numbers the whole class watched a 45 minute video of explaining a man doing seemingly random maths and somehow ending up with a formula that works but they don't exactly know what it is for or why it works. Why did we watch it? Because your professor was so excited we figured it should be worth a watch and learning.

Vor 5 Monate
BlueBoy 1
BlueBoy 1

This man was the definition of brilliance

Vor year
Martin Philip
Martin Philip

I’ll watch. He was one of my father’s critics. My dad was the Father of New Math. My father was every bit the mathematical genius as Feinman. I was too young to wonder what my dad thought of him. The deepest question my father was ever asked about the curriculum movement labeled New Math, was “How many mathematicians does the world need to keep the progress of knowledge to continue?” He conceded the US would need about five. “For that you are changing the curriculum of millions to find those few?”

Vor 2 Monate
Psy Khe
Psy Khe

This guy is just so interesting. I would have been so privileged to be a student in his class. He insights so much thought and imagination, and he captures all the wonder with the appropriate amount of skepticism. I really would have loved to have been his student.

Vor 11 Monate
Jonathan Sturm
Jonathan Sturm

You can be. I doubt his Lectures will ever go out of print!

Vor 9 Monate
Mohsen Ghodsi
Mohsen Ghodsi

It's amazing that only a handful of individuals came together to make this hour long precious piece of history

Vor 2 Monate
Everybody Draw Mohammed Day
Everybody Draw Mohammed Day

This should be mandatory to watch in school before the 1st physics lesson.

Vor 7 Monate
Viet Vu
Viet Vu

Feyman reminds me of my physics teacher in highscool. I can hear they talk about physics all day. They have the charisma, the ethusiasim like they were born to do that.

Vor year
Daniel Chapman
Daniel Chapman

His attitude and excitement about physics is infectious!

Vor 8 Monate
call of duty ghosts
call of duty ghosts

11:51 What an amazing guy! He speaks with such enthusiasm like a kid who's discovered something new and what's to share it with all his friends!

Vor 12 Tage
Tim
Tim

I like how he recognizes we are all short term and small scale thinkers, and it's just a matter of time and practice to chain the links to a new discovery.

Vor 9 Monate
Wayne Adams
Wayne Adams

I could listen to Feynman talk for hundreds of hours on end. He is like a little kid discovering things for the first time. His excitement with understanding even the simplest concepts is infectious. I strived to be the kind of teacher who explained Physics using the simplest concepts with understandable vocabulary and stories. M teaching of hot, cold, and thermal energy is actually not that much different from his. I never used jiggling, but used shaking and vibrating instead.

Vor year
Ironmurs
Ironmurs

Love this brilliant man’s enthusiasm. I so wish I had him as a professor

Vor 2 Monate
Sum Guy
Sum Guy

@Free Julian Assange Guy watch the video again and watch that exchange ok? Interviewer asks him a question. The guy gives him a stare like he's from outer space. Interviewer explains his easy question again and again and then when the interviewer says it's a reasonable question, the old guy actually snaps and cuts him off because he's already annoyed that A) he's being asked a question he doesn't know how to answer and B) the interviewer is looking at him saying it's a perfectly reasonable (aka: easy) question, which is what actually set him off because he knows he can't explain something the interviewer is suggesting is a simple question, which makes him seem and feel dumb, because he is. He then spends the next 7 minutes belittling the guy in one of the most passive-aggressive mansplaining instances the world has ever seen. And I hate the word mansplain. But all it culminated to was "they just do". Cool answer. ICP could've talked about magnets in greater detail. And if you think explaining that feeling of a ball between repelling magnets isn't easy, because that was the interviewer's actual question, then you can speak to my third grade teacher and get more insight ok? Because it's not a complicated subject at all.

Vor 2 Monate
Free Julian Assange
Free Julian Assange

@Sum Guy Not dumb.. and in fact he said it was a good question - just not answerable in simpler terms as it's one of the basic elemental forces.

Vor 2 Monate
Sum Guy
Sum Guy

why, so he could shoot down what he considered to be your dumb questions on magnets?

Vor 2 Monate
Sinini
Sinini

Here I am, listening to Richard Feynman at 3:50am at my own leisure. How else would I be able to do that if not for internet & Youtube? Even if I knew Mr. Feynman personally, he would have probably chase me away at this hour instead of having this conversation. I mean, internet and Youtube and other stuff are a given these days but this is just astonishing when you think about it.

Vor 5 Monate
Andy Thomason
Andy Thomason

For those few humans that were granted by the universe the gift of learning from this man. I am ashamed to say this but I am jealous of you. I can only imagine what a joy it must have been.

Vor 10 Monate
lifecloud2
lifecloud2

When Feynman was trying to answer the question regarding "why we sense this force in a magnet," I felt as if his explanation carried me through it. I was able to just hope on board and ride it through. 😊 And in that way, I understood.

Vor 10 Monate
Entrancemperium
Entrancemperium

@Galeb H Fundamental electromagnetic force that usually acts at really close distance (touching an object) but magnified by the structure of the magnet allowing it to be felt at greater distance. The question about the magnet is the in fact the same as if a child asked you ''why can't I walk through concrete walls'' ?

Vor 9 Monate
Galeb H
Galeb H

then explain

Vor 10 Monate
imaseeker100
imaseeker100

15:40. Beautiful how Richard challenges and draws in the interviewer with a deeper dive into the question 'why?'. Illustrates the assumptions we make in our language. A brilliant mind but also a brilliant teacher.

Vor 7 Monate
Jesse Woody
Jesse Woody

We really need to introduce young children to the teachings of Richard Feynman. He knows how to connect with people in a different way. And we need our children to be intelligent and educated to make the future of life plausable. We need to rid our societies of IDLE MINDS if we are to last much longer.

Vor 8 Monate
Uku
Uku

A clip from this was shown to us in our physics class in 8th or 9th grade. And I'm not even in an english-speaking country, so that's cool.

Vor 8 Monate
Adrian Salazar
Adrian Salazar

Imagine if Richard feynman had a youtube channel. Would be awesome

Vor year
Jonathan Sturm
Jonathan Sturm

Sabine Hossenfelder

Vor 9 Monate
MD Derrek
MD Derrek

@Peter Verbeek That is Vsauce

Vor 11 Monate
Krish
Krish

@Peter Verbeek I will also explain to you that that "Subscribe" button is not made of plastic nor your finger is actually touching that thing. Ouch i have go back to magnetic and electrical forces, which i cant explain to you in any other way that you are familiar with. 😂😂😂

Vor year
Peter Verbeek
Peter Verbeek

and then he would end his video with "please hit the subscribe button below.... but do you know what actually happens when you hit that plastic button with your finger? well ,let me tell you, ... and so on and so forth...."

Vor year
Fur just wanna be friend
Fur just wanna be friend

He is sooooooo happy telling this stuff. I wish I could do this and be this happy. Quite a one in a billion individual. He should have deserved immortality.

Vor 11 Monate
Lorenzo
Lorenzo

Even though I have studied chemistry, I still find it marvelous to listen to him explain how fire works. His analogies are both simple and perfectly on point.

Vor 3 years
Ross W
Ross W

This is fascinating to watch him talking about the theoretical existence of black holes at the center of Galaxies. If only he was around to witness the discovery of Sagittarius A*.

Vor Monat
Jericho Cross
Jericho Cross

The human race should treasure people like this, not just because of his knowledge of physics and the universe but because he demonstrated the ability to explain complex things in terms which make it easy for the average person to understand and with such enthusiasm for the subject that you can't help but get swept along for the ride.

Vor Monat
ryan waite
ryan waite

Enthusiastic

Vor Monat
blacksheepwall79
blacksheepwall79

The damn joy with which this man talks about this is enough to make anyone enthusiastic

Vor 12 Tage
Naitya
Naitya

Look at him while he explaining the facts; he looks so happy.

Vor year
Dm3qXY
Dm3qXY

I... I have to do this... : 00:50 Jiggling Atoms 07:18 Fire 12:08 Rubber Bands 14:53 Magnets 22:29 Electricity 32:05 Mirror and Train puzzles 37:46 Seeing Things 43:43 Big Numbers 55:01 Ways of Thinking

Vor 3 years
Lailan da Dumb Mathematician
Lailan da Dumb Mathematician

@Lailan Noice

Vor 11 Monate
Dm3qXY
Dm3qXY

@Tenix ...now it is...

Vor year
Tenix
Tenix

it's in the description tho

Vor year
Dm3qXY
Dm3qXY

@TukTuk not as unstructured as it seems. it's a coded/shortened version of my name... but that's a secret, shhhhh....

Vor year
Lailan da Dumb Mathematician
Lailan da Dumb Mathematician

@john templeplate Secret message at the end 🤫 1. You brought up doctors caring about the how and why. Your words: "If a doctor said "Science doesn't care WHY things happen, we care about HOW they happen?" 2. There is no allowing Feynman to do anything. He's been dead since 1988, and I'm not him. Not everyone we listen to is going to agree with us, which is why independent thinking is important. 3. You're picking at my wording because you don't have an actual defense. You didn't like how I didn't answer your questions, yet even when I did you found something wrong with them. You're doing everything you can to not answer the actual question. If you're not against the wording then you're speaking as if you know me. Or you'll ask an idiotic question. Or you'll call me dumb, that part was worn out the 2nd time around. 4. We're both bored, but you called out for attention to feel smart. I fed into it thinking you had something worth actual value, maybe knew something I didn't. I don't really know much about Feynman, so I was more than open to a different opinion about him. However you just wasted your time bickering like a child. 5. The game was fun but I'm bored of the back and forth, and you're still acting like a child. Yes, my name is "Dumb Mathematician", you got me. But if you're going to insult me at least make it a good one. I know a 6 year old who has more creativity than that. For anyone else who read this far, hey how ya doing. My names Lailan, I'm a dumb Mathematician and I'm not the best at math. It was nice to entertain you for these past few days, but shows over. I have some projects to finish. Cya 😏

Vor year
Scott Swenson
Scott Swenson

One of the most brilliant guys ever. I would have loved to have been in his classroom.

Vor 10 Monate
Cara Mason
Cara Mason

Feynman is awesome, I can watch this interview over and over .😊❤️

Vor 7 Monate
João Ricardo Pereira
João Ricardo Pereira

I can't stop smiling watching this man talk.

Vor 8 Monate
staminapromos
staminapromos

I would dearly have loved to have met this man. I can't think of anyone with a more positive attitude.

Vor 3 Monate
Geoff Buchanan
Geoff Buchanan

when I was a kid I really wasn’t good at anything in school, an under-achiever really. Even though I enjoyed the mystery and curiosity of science, I was never enthusiastic about it nor was I around anyone who showed any enthusiasm. I’m 31 now and I absolutely LOVE reading and listening to this, especially when it’s from someone like this. This is more interesting to me than most top-rated binge-worthy Netflix shows. I work in sound/music and so his first comments were quite fitting and made me laugh. Kinda wish I had this level of interest for science and physics back when I was a kid in school.

Vor year
Scott Williford
Scott Williford

Amen. Same here Do you have children of your own? Or siblings with children? This could be your chance to help them develop the love of science. That's what I am planning for.

Vor 9 Monate
Pompey Monkey
Pompey Monkey

Geoff - It's never too late to start! :)

Vor year
patrick mcgoohan
patrick mcgoohan

What a gift to humanity this man was

Vor 11 Monate
ade spade
ade spade

Should be required viewing in all early schools, so by the time they study physics in depth, all these concepts will be familiar to young students.

Vor 4 Monate
jimmy Burnett
jimmy Burnett

He takes something hard to understand and simplifies it. That's how I do to myself. I love learning about stuff. Easier about the things I like [interests me]. I can't pick and choose what I like. It's just either I do or don't. Richard Feynman I like.

Vor 5 Monate
DannyDeVito
DannyDeVito

The glint in his eyes talking about atoms, molecules, the science of it all.....he surely enjoyed thinking. What a joy it must be to be like that. Constantly happy thinking about real shit and love it so deeply. I love Feynman.

Vor year
Celso de Sá
Celso de Sá

0:50 Atoms 7:18 Fire 12:08 Rubber 14:53 Magnets 22:29 Electricity 32:05 Mirror and Train Puzzles 37:46 Seeing Things 43:43 BIG Numbers 55:01 Ways of Thinking

Vor year
Celso de Sá
Celso de Sá

@Edgar Guevara Gracias!

Vor year
Edgar Guevara
Edgar Guevara

Not all heroes wear capes

Vor year
Celso de Sá
Celso de Sá

@Jonathan Lynch Welcome 😎👍

Vor year
Jonathan Lynch
Jonathan Lynch

Thanks for this.

Vor year
Richard Bordage
Richard Bordage

What a magnificent teacher,

Vor 11 Monate
Brian B
Brian B

I can’t believe it took me 39 years of life to find this. What a treasure.

Vor 8 Monate
MR. Phoenix
MR. Phoenix

Bienvenue mon ami.

Vor 8 Monate
Thomas
Thomas

I will always remember that amazing analogy that burning a log is like releasing stored sunlight.

Vor 10 Monate
Jonathan Sturm
Jonathan Sturm

Same when you burn coal except the tree did the storing a few million years ago.

Vor 9 Monate
acutelychronic
acutelychronic

his passion for physics is infectious

Vor 5 Monate
David Mullen
David Mullen

What a great guy. I've known of him for a while but this is the first time I've seen him and heard him speak and I suddenly feel such affection for him. Lol. What a lovely man. I was a bit of a physics and chemistry dunce. I always wondered why our strange teacher {and he was strange) kept making models with sticks attached to coloured ping pong balls. I used to stare at him and think, why is this strange man doing that? I think Mr Feynman could have explained it.

Vor year
Charles Martel
Charles Martel

The guy asks him an impossible "Why?" question and Feynman, gentleman that he was, super intellect that he was, fashions an answer that amounts to a masterful essay on the very nature of asking why.

Vor 2 Monate
Just a scientist ig
Just a scientist ig

This is my new favourite video on the internet. All 66 minutes were worth it.

Vor 8 Monate
Zach Watson
Zach Watson

This man's enthusiasm is absolutely adorable.

Vor 2 Monate
Deniz Kendirci
Deniz Kendirci

Seeing someone having so much fun while doing something is certainly contagious. Great scientist like him always have genuinely childish curiosity which makes listening and watching them share their knowlegde so interesting for us.

Vor 3 years
pukacz80
pukacz80

It is amazing how exited he gets :). At moments you can see he has to clam himself down because he realizes he is too exited. That is real passion.

Vor year
bhall9448
bhall9448

I'm only 12 minutes in and can say this is one of the best videos I've ever seen on YouTube.

Vor 8 Monate
adel ataei
adel ataei

Im on 7and feel the same.wooow how dum i am

Vor 8 Monate
Naturamorpho
Naturamorpho

These are some of the most important, wonderous, and inspiring monologues ever!

Vor 5 Monate
Just B
Just B

I love his joyousness in explaining this stuff.

Vor year
God Candy
God Candy

Wow! I thought I'd just watch a little of this talk, but ended up sitting and listening (and imagining) all the way through :-) Fascinatingggg

Vor 5 Monate
Eren Kad
Eren Kad

I'm comfortable to say he is both having fun and at the brink of losing his mind. I understand him in both ways.

Vor 11 Monate
AY 11
AY 11

If this was 10 hours long I could honestly sit through every second with no drop in attention!

Vor year
Peter Schmidts
Peter Schmidts

@Johannes Schmitz The use is me having fun to think about it :). But i think its also interesting in the context of epistemology. When do we know or understand something? When we can describe it? Or explain it?

Vor 8 Monate
Johannes Schmitz
Johannes Schmitz

@Peter Schmidts dont get caught up in semantics unless you find a use

Vor 8 Monate
Peter Schmidts
Peter Schmidts

@Johannes Schmitz When someone asks me what rain is and I say it is water that falls from the clouds is that an explanation or a description? That the rain falls from the sky might be a description but the cloud part of it? Do you know what I mean? How we usually explaine (describe?) the difference seems to focus on perceived "obviousness". Maybe that the rain comes from the clouds seems obvious to me. It is simply something I perceive as given. When Newton said that a bodys movement is fully determined by the forces acting on it, is that an explanation? Or is the concept of forces so obvious that it was actually just a describtion?

Vor 8 Monate
Johannes Schmitz
Johannes Schmitz

@Peter Schmidts when you describe things you generally point out things as you perceive them without necessarily understanding it. when you explain something you have an understanding about something (be it right or not) that you want to convey to a person. In day to day language describe and explain are used interchangeably sometimes, though.

Vor 8 Monate
debarshi sarma
debarshi sarma

@Peter Schmidts btw it is an very interesting question

Vor 9 Monate
Empress Ophiuchus
Empress Ophiuchus

Can he be my new best friend!!! I believe it would be practically impossible to ever experience a dull moment with this intriguing gentleman, one could never go hungry for food for thought while engaged in conversation with this brilliant man, I’m in a state of deep thought just listening to him. I can imagine sitting down with him over coffee or a bite to eat and when the time came to say goodbye, I know I’d walk away with a mind full of questions, curiosity, and a craving to learn more and more, sitting at a table with this man, and or others who hunger for knowledge and desire to share what knowledge they hold, would be no less then awesome, you would never see anyone immersed in distraction by their cellphones at the table, I know I’d be far too interested in what was being said to even notice my phone, Id be so immersed I may not even notice if my hair was on fire🤔🔥

Vor 2 Monate
Anthony Rojas
Anthony Rojas

I think if adults explained the world to kids in a fashion like Feynman, there would be a massive improvement in future generations. Instead we tell kids that about fairy tales and anything to euthanize their interest. Feynman was the uncle we all deserved.

Vor 3 Monate
Topi Linkala
Topi Linkala

10:01 People used think that photosynthesis takes the carbon oxide and strips away the oxygen and combines the carbon with water to produces sugars for years. But then some scientists started to wonder and made special water with radioactive oxygen and tested what really happens and behold, the oxygen released by the plant was radioactive. So they realised that it is not the carbon-oxygen bond that is broken but the hydrogen-oxygen bond in the water. Feynman died before this was known so no shame to him. So this implies that water molecules are broken down all the time by sunlight in photosynthesis. New ones are created in cellular respiration where corbohydrades are burned down with oxygen. So if someone tells you that you are drinking ancient pee you can tell them that that water probably does not exist anymore.

Vor 10 Monate
Vishal More
Vishal More

I'm really impressed how he enjoyed to do exciting imaginations with everything and I also really like how he simplifies everything

Vor year
Richard F.
Richard F.

I love the fact that he's all smiling all the time. He looks so excited and passionate and interested, which makes him interesting!

Vor 10 Monate
Bruce De La Garza
Bruce De La Garza

He's amazing. The way he simplifies things so much that even a person uneducated in his field of study can understand. He's gone and still teaching people. Hes an amazing person. We fail at appreciating the people that have something to offer when they are here...we only notice what we had when it's gone. And yet we don't change our ways..we continue to waste intelligence.

Vor Monat

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