The well-known Nobel Prize winning physicist, Richard
Feynman, is enquired how magnets work. As an answer, you might assume him to
maybe talk about the magnetic field or Maxwell’s equations … but nope … instead
what he does is to disclose something pretty remarkable that cuts straight to
the heart of what is being asked and how significant any answer might or might
not be … for a “why” question. Why would he be asked this exact question? Well
essentially because he won the Nobel
Prize for coming up with the current mathematical explanation of the
electromagnetic force, and this has turn out to be one of the most precise
models in the history of physics, agreeing with all acknowledged experiments to
an unbelievable degree of correctness. The following 7 minute video clip has
been watched over one million times …

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Richard Feynman is asked how Magnets work, his answer is mind-blowing
Reviewed by Umer Abrar
on
8/31/2015
Rating: 5

Seems to me his answer in the simplest form says "I could tell you but you won't understand so it's not worth the time to explain" and having such complex thought patterns he still have an in depth answer. Brilliance.

Seems to me his answer in the simplest form says "I could tell you but you won't understand so it's not worth the time to explain" and having such complex thought patterns he still have an in depth answer. Brilliance.

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