Jiggling Atoms

Every project we do seems to start with Richard Feynman, and this series, called Fun to Imagine, is where we also derived our name. Feynman was not just a wonderful teacher, but was also a tremendously gifted theoretical physicist; he worked on the atomic bomb, got the Nobel prize in 1965 and also played the bongos (amongst other things). But of course, most importantly for us, it's his incredible gift for explaining physics to non-scientists. All from the seat of his armchair, watch how he reveals with such wonderful poetry and insight about "the unbelievable nature of nature".

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