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Is Michio Kaku Or Feynman Much Clearer?

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Posted by Alan on January 8, 2002 06:13:38 UTC

Hi Paul,

Surely it's not that hard to understand? I don't think my latest item on 'proper time'; or gravitational refraction, or geometry of knots in different dimensions; is any harder to understand than the writings of Feynman, Kaku, Penrose, Hawking, etc.! The main difficulty is having to use words here; when some drawings would help to clarify what I'm saying.

Does anyone understand those writers?

I think Richard Stafford would be surprised if he actually made an effort to read what I wrote recently!

Thanks for the tip re: the Langan essay.

If you re-read QED and re-experience that extraordinary story; maybe you will see again what so many physicists have been running around in circles over! I am amazed by Feynman's book!

His book is an ideal guidebook to Richard Staffords ideas; and I think to mine; because it shows what the problem is.


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