## 01 Sep The Man Who Knew Everything (Almost)!

Tezpur University's Astronomy Club recently organized a public talk on Richard P. Feynman, which was delivered by Manjil P. Saikia. The transcript of the talk is available here for download.

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## madhurrya

Posted at 17:05h, 05 Septemberits mind blowing!! manjil is simply awsome when it comes to feynman..

## Gonit Sora

Posted at 17:14h, 07 SeptemberThanks a lot.

## Mr. X

Posted at 18:48h, 16 JulyYour extract on Feynman's sum over histories need a bit of detailing to express its appropriate meaning. You could have well enlisted its relations with quantum gravity to the WOW of the non scientific guys reading the article. Perhaps, your site would have been a lot more wonderful had you created a regular forum.

## Gonit Sora

Posted at 22:42h, 26 JulyHi, the talk was given for a non-scientific audience and hence nothing technical was written. What exactly do you mean by a regular forum?

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