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"Although my mother didn't know anything about science, she had a great influence on me as well. In particular, she had a wonderful sense of humor, and I learned from her that the highest forms of understanding we can achieve are laughter and human compassion." Page 19.



"Elder brother also speaks. I'm a real bastard—I would never let my little sister score one on me." Page 50.

"I must have done something to myself, psychologically. I didn't cry until about a month later, when I was walking past a department store in Oak Ridge and noticed a pretty dress in the window. I thought, 'Arlene would like that,' and then it hit me." Page 53.



"Queen: It must be very hard working thinking about those difficult problems. . . .
Feynman: No, we all do it for the fun of it." Page 86.


"The real question of government versus private enterprise is argued...

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