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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Remembering Richard Feynman...again
This article by Freeman Dyson in the NY Review of Books made reflective and enjoyable reading on this Rosh Hashanah and start of Ramadan holiday. Dyson is a emeritus professor of science at Princeton who is himself an icon within what is loosely called the "scientific community."
My day-job: Attorney. I am also a husband, father, and writer.
I am the author of an alternative history novel, "A Disturbance of Fate" (Seven Locks, 2003), which is about Robert F. Kennedy surviving 1968 and becoming president. The book received endorsements from historians, writers, and political advisers who worked with RFK. It received a "starred" review from Publisher's Weekly and was a finalist for best alternative history (the Sidewise Award) in 2004. The novel may be purchased at Powell's, Amazon, or, as they say, "other fine bookstores."
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