introduction to the world of RPF. This is an absolute must read
for any thinking being. A series of short, humorous stories makes
for a very easy read you won't want to put down.
a sequel to SYJ, this is a book in two halves. Pt. 1: The story of
Dicks first love. A libretto in search of an opera. Life imitates
art. Pt. 2: Dick investigates the Challenger accident and gives the
finger (figuratively) to government bureaucrats.
for the BBC were used for the PBS NOVA episodes that served as my introduction
to the man. This book contains material not available in other works.
I found the contribution by his sister Joan to be particularly moving.
Feynman biography to my mind. A fairly massive tome, well worth the
investment. This work serves as a vehicle to a larger thesis by Gleick.
Electro-Dynamics. Written for the layman, Feynman teaches actual
physics. Learn the theory that explains all of physics except gravity
and radioactivity. A specific elucidation of iridescence should be
of particular interest to fans of this site.
transcribed from lectures to a freshman physics class, a failed text this
set enjoys continued popularity amongst graduates. Find out what
you were really learning about. Once referred to as the 'Red Books', they
are a required component of any personal reference collection.