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April 01, 2014


Steven Rudin

My uncle, Abe Bader,was Feynman's high school physics teacher. I had always remembered a conversation, from when I was a kid, between my father and my uncle, in which my he mentioned that he had once had taught a student who was so brilliant that he could learn more physics in a weekend than he, himself,could learn in an entire summer. I didn't realize he meant Richard Feynman until decades later. By that time both men had died.

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