Science and the Excitement, the Mystery and the Awe of a Flower

Posted on July 21, 2008  Comments (2)

Pleasure of Finding Things Out by Richard P. Feynman is a great explanation of how scientists think: “The science knowledge only adds to the excitement, the mystery and the awe of a flower”

I did post on this before. Related book: Classic Feynman: All the Adventures of a Curious Character.

Related: Vega Science Lectures: Feynman and MoreHow flowering plants beat the competitionWhat Are Flowers For?

2 Responses to “Science and the Excitement, the Mystery and the Awe of a Flower”

  1. Anonymous
    July 21st, 2008 @ 2:49 pm

    Thanks for posting this –
    The beauty of the processes is absolutely right. They would be invisible if not for science.

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