Dr. Richard P. Feynman
This person takes genuine enjoyment in learning new puzzles and inventing new ways of doing things.
This person is credited as co-author of the book.
This person is one the most famous scientists of the twentieth century.
This person is an artist whose attempts to learn physics are unproductive.
This person is a Manhattan Project scientist who has a connection to Cornell University.
This person is among the first to acknowledge the terrible implications of what was accomplished through the Manhattan Project.
Mel and Lucille Feynman
These people raise their children in an environment favorable to developing scientific reasoning skills.
This person dies of tuberculosis.
Nick the Greek
This person is a famous professional gambler.
This person is the director of the Manhattan Project
This person gets notice...
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