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Feynman Paper Genius.jpg

Dimensions: 8” H X 10” W. Portrait orientation.  

Watercolor, ink, and open-sourced printed materials on heavyweight paper.

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Richard P. Feynman

This "Paper Genius" collage celebrates the work of Richard Phillips Feynman. He is famous for the creation of "Feynman Diagrams," which are graphic representations of complex mathematical expressions needed to describe interacting subatomic particles such as electrons and positrons (positive electrons). He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965 for his fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics, which is the study of the interactions of charged particles (matter) with the electromagnetic field (light). Truly gifted in mathematics and physics, he corrected and updated quantum electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, conceived of quantum computing, worked on the Manhattan Project, and determined the cause of the destruction of the space shuttle Challenger in 1986. 

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