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Uncertainty Principle Podcast – Episode 3: An Enjoyable Time Was Had By All

Paul Adrian Maurice (P.A.M.) Dirac, or just Paul Dirac, is one of the most brilliant physicists who has ever lived. He is also one of the most curious human beings ever to be a physicist, and that’s saying a lot in a field where curious personalities litter history.  This week, we take a look at two perspectives on Dirac: one from the introduction to the biography, “The Strangest Man,” and the other by a sports columnist who wrote about Dirac in the 1920s.

Show Notes

By Stephen Sekula

Professor of Physics. Department Chair. Higgs Hunter. Computational Physicist. Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison. B.S. from Yale University.