Inspirational quote from a famous scientist Richard Feynman: “Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn't matter. Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough.” ~~~~~Perfect Gift for a Science Geek~~~~~
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YOU ARE LOOKING AT A TRIBUTE TO THE GREAT PHYSICIST, POLYMATH, RENAISSANCE MAN, RICHARD P. FEYNMAN. IT FEATURES A PHOTOMANIPULATED FACE OF THE MAN WITH THE COLOURFUL LOGO "TUVA OR BUST" WRITTEN ABOVE. IT WAS A FAVOURED MOTTO USED BY FEYNMAN. HOPE YOU LIKE AND WILL CONSIDER CHECKING OUT MY OTHER DESIGNS. I TAKE REQUESTS TOO! HERE IS A TRUNCATED DEFINITION OF "TUVA OR BUST" FROM THE NET: Tuva or Bust! (1991) is a book by Ralph Leighton about the author and his friend Richard Feynman's attempt to travel to Tuva. The introduction explains how Feynman challenged Leighton, at the time a high school math teacher, "Whatever happened to Tannu Tuva (the Tuvan People's Republic)?" Since Feynman had a reputation as a prankster and had proven himself entirely capable of inventing a fictional country name to confound friends, Leighton assumed it was made up. But the country existed, and the pair became fascinated with this hard-to-reach destination, at the geographic center of Asia, which had become a republic in the Soviet Union. They made it a goal to travel there, which, for Americans in the late 1970s and early 1980s, was extremely difficult. In many ways, the attempt to travel to Tuva is an allegory for Feynman's perpetual curiosity to discover new things, and how he inspired his friends, admirers and protégés to do the same. During their decade-long quest to travel to Tuva, Feynman was suffering from cancer, and died shortly before the visas finally arrived; this book describes "Richard Feynman's last adventure". The book describes the difficulties and various attempts Leighton and Feynman made to obtain permission to travel to Tuva. It also describes the culture, language and history of the place. Included with some editions of the book is a small plastic turntable record of Tuvan throat singing. Feynman never managed to get to Tuva. Instead of him, the trip was realized by his daughter Michelle. Michelle Feynman travelled to Tuva on June 8, 2009.
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This vintage logo was inspired by the Nobel prize awarded the Feynman, Schwinger and Tomonaga in 1965 for their work in the field of quantum electrodynamics. This image is great for physicists, physics enthusiasts, or particle science lovers in general.
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Before you say Science is boring, let me explain you a thing. Science is not merely a complex set of formulas and equations and theories that you memorise to get through school or college. Science is looking at a flower and understanding why it is beautiful and colourful as well as appreciating how it is beautiful and colourful. Science is finding the night sky more interesting than reality TV. Science is peeling another layer of the onion of nature to see how it is all put together, without minding the tears. Science is a key to the beauty beyond the obvious. Get Free shipping when you buy from "Heretic Wear":http://hereticwear.com
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