Want to Be Emotionally Compromised? Here’s Oscar Isaac Reading Richard Feynman’s Letter to His Late Wife
Richard Feynman was a Nobel Prize recipient and one of the best-known physicists of his generation—he worked on the atomic bomb in the '40s and later researched the Challenger shuttle disaster. Years after his death, one of Feynman's unexpected legacies is a dryly humorous and crushingly sad letter he addressed to his late wife, Arline, who died when she was just 25. And if there's anything that could render the letter even more tragic and arresting, it's Oscar Isaac speaking Feynman's words.Read More
The YouTube comments section is, in a phrase, one of the wretcheder hives of scum and villainy out there. There's something about virtually unmoderated conversations with virtually anonymous people next to user-generated content on one of the most-trafficked sites on the Internet that creates angry, racist, profanity spewing monsters seemingly out of thin air. In short, it's not exactly Reddit.
Wouldn't it be nice if all of those negative, thoughtless comments were replaced with, say, the witty musings of brilliant, multitalented physicist Richard Feynman? (R.I.P.) Why, it's funny you should mention that:Read More