Complexities of Feynman. (Book Reviews: Genius. The Life and Science of Richard Feynman.)

  title={Complexities of Feynman. (Book Reviews: Genius. The Life and Science of Richard Feynman.)},
  author={James Gleick},
Technology and the Human Minds
According to dual-process theory, human cognition is supported by two distinct types of processing, one fast, automatic, and unconscious, the other slower, controlled, and conscious. These processes
Investigating the Evolution and Development of Biological Systems from the Perspective of Thermo-Kinetics and Systems Theory.
  • Mohammad Amin Boojari
  • Biology
    Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere : the journal of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life
  • 2020
This review aims to reformulate Darwinian theory in physicochemical terms so that it can handle both animate and inanimate systems, thus helping to overcome this theoretical divide.
Vision-based human activity recognition: a survey
Most computer vision applications such as human computer interaction, virtual reality, security, video surveillance and home monitoring are highly correlated to HAR tasks, which establishes new trend and milestone in the development cycle of HAR systems.
Symmetry, Transactions, and the Mechanism of Wave Function Collapse
It is seen that wave function collapse, considered mysterious in the literature, can be implemented with solutions of Schrodinger's original wave mechanics, coupled by this unique combination of retarded/advanced vector potentials, without the introduction of any additional mechanism or formalism.
O que Richard Feynman tem a nos ensinar sobre natureza da ciência?
On May 11, 2018, it was celebrated the 100th anniversary of the American physicist Richard Phillips Feynman, winner of the 1965 Nobel Prize in Physics. Besides his contributions to the scientific
Experimental and Simulated Explorations of Feynman’s Disk Paradox
In this experiment I attempted to create a physical model and a virtual model to visually show the Feynman disk paradox in action. Richard Feynman’s disk paradox was a thought experiment that said if
Genius: Standing on the Shoulders of Social Networks
This chapter critically situates the idea of “genius.” The very idea of genius is based on and reinforces the myth of individualism and the “I” as a grammatical illusion. As a sociologist, I claim
Rethinking Accountability, Feedback, and Formative Assessment
A common concern instructors have about flipped learning is the issue of accountability. They worry that if students do not interact at all with content before class, they will be unprepared to