The Pleasure of Finding Things Out
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1999 hardcover edition
|Author||Carl Feynman, Michelle Feynman|
|Cover artist||Bruce W. Bond|
|Publisher||Perseus Books (USA)|
|July, 1999 (USA)|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
|LC Class||Q171 .F385 1999|
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The Pleasure of Finding Things Out is a collection of short works from American physicist Richard Feynman, including interviews, speeches, lectures, and printed articles. Among these is his famous 1959 lecture "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom", his report on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, and his speech on scientific integrity in which he coined the term "cargo cult science". The original forward was written by Freeman Dyson.
- Norman, Eric B. (2000). "Reviewed Work: The Pleasure of Finding Things Out by Richard P. Feynman". The American Biology Teacher. 62 (9): 678. JSTOR 4451014. doi:10.2307/4451014.
- Root-Bernstein, Robert (1999). "The Dubious Pleasure of Yet More Feynman". American Scientist. 87 (5): 462–464. JSTOR 27857907.
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