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How to Learn Faster with the Feynman Technique (Example Included)

23 days ago by thespacedoctor

If you want to cut your study time, using the Feynman Technique is a great way to do it. Named after the physicist Richard Feynman, it revolves around explai...

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23 days ago by thespacedoctor

Feynman-The Uncertainty of Science

29 days ago by gideonite

Inspiration. Today's takeaway is "science is hard, like really hard." (Aug 30 2017)

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29 days ago by gideonite

Feynman Problem-Solving Algorithm – Computing: The Science of Nearly Everything

5 weeks ago by hellsten

I often think of the Feynman Problem-Solving Algorithm, supposedly coined in jest by another Nobel Prize-winning physicist, Murray Gell-Mann, about Richard Feynman‘s innate problem-solving ability:

Write down the problem.

Think very hard.

Write down the answer.

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Write down the problem.

Think very hard.

Write down the answer.

5 weeks ago by hellsten

Feynman Algorithm (2014) | Hacker News

5 weeks ago by hellsten

There's a quote under "Skill theory" on that page from Feynman:

> "Right. I don't believe in the idea that there are a few peculiar people capable of understanding math, and the rest of the world is normal. Math is a human discovery, and it's no more complicated than humans can understand. I had a calculus book once that said, 'What one fool can do, another can.' What we've been able to work out about nature may look abstract and threatening to someone who hasn't studied it, but it was fools who did it, and in the next generation, all the fools will understand it. There's a tendency to pomposity in all this, to make it deep and profound." -- Feynman, Omni 1979

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> "Right. I don't believe in the idea that there are a few peculiar people capable of understanding math, and the rest of the world is normal. Math is a human discovery, and it's no more complicated than humans can understand. I had a calculus book once that said, 'What one fool can do, another can.' What we've been able to work out about nature may look abstract and threatening to someone who hasn't studied it, but it was fools who did it, and in the next generation, all the fools will understand it. There's a tendency to pomposity in all this, to make it deep and profound." -- Feynman, Omni 1979

5 weeks ago by hellsten

Learning From the Feynman Technique – Taking Note – Medium

5 weeks ago by nealrichter

“Learning From the Feynman Technique” by @evernote

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5 weeks ago by nealrichter

Fermat's Library | The Uncertainty of Science annotated/explained version.

5 weeks ago by Michael.Massing

Fermat's Library | The Uncertainty of Science annotated/explained version. #RichardFeynman

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5 weeks ago by Michael.Massing

Feynman on Fermat's Last Theorem – Luis Batalha

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6 weeks ago by geetarista

Feynman on Fermat's Last Theorem

6 weeks ago by geetarista

Feynman on Fermat's Last Theorem – Luis Batalha

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7 weeks ago by geetarista

Feynman on Fermat's Last Theorem

7 weeks ago by geetarista