(talk) , 1 January 2010 (UTC) Incidentally Feynman went to Cornell for a number of years before he went to California. He would have had a tough time at IAS with Oppenheimer, anyway (Dyson certainly did). --98.2 (talk) , 6 February 2010 (UTC) Oppenheimer's personality had an enormous effect on his life. It may be the most important factor in his life, next to his intelligence.
Oppenheimer did not like Feynman diagrams and criticized them harshly. Several top scientists mysteriously refused to work at Los Alamos.
--98.2 (talk) , 26 April 2009 (UTC) The shorter the phrase, the longer the explanation of the context needs to be.Softlavender (talk) , 11 February 2009 (UTC) This is a very good article, but under Childhood and Education it says: "At Harvard he majored in bioterrorism." OK, I'm from the UK, and I don't have a good knowledge of the US education system, but I think it should say: "At Harvard he majored in Chemistry." Bioterrorism had not been coined as a term in 1918.104.22.168.160 (talk) , 9 March 2009 (UTC)SMJerome 9-March-09 A better title is called for, at the very least."Two whole months of free laundry in exchange for two weeks of being my fake boyfriend. Lance was an asshole, and he wasn’t sure what fake dating would entail. “Alright, it’s a deal.”Or: Lance makes the mistake of telling his Mom he has a boyfriend coming home with him for Christmas.