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WWTK: WyzAnt Wants to Know


The problem prompt: "Which teacher from your past (or present) are you most "thankful" for and what lesson did they teach you?"

I am most thankful for Richard Feynman for his lectures. Richard Feynman (who won the Nobel Prize in Physics) has taught me how to think like a Physicist with his published three-volume masterpiece: "The Feynman Lectures on Physics", as well as BBC's "Fun to Imagine" TV Series. Feynman's enthusiasm is contagious, and I seek to emulate his worldview.
As for the future, I am most thankful for those explicators of the likes of Michio Kaku, Stephen Hawking, and Brian Greene.

The "Fun to Imagine" series can be found below: 
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