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Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1965
by Richard P. Feynman
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California
© The Nobel Foundation, 1965.
This document is a revised version of Feynman’s Nobel Lecture, with amendments made by Michael D. Godfrey (email@example.com) and Michael A. Gottlieb.
The records at Caltech indicate that the written version of Feynman’s Nobel Lecture originates from a transcript of the lecture delivered by Feynman at Caltech some time after it was given at the Nobel ceremonies. Copies of the transcript were provided to the Nobel Foundation and to the editors of Science and Physics Today. The Nobel Foundation published the lecture in Les Prix Nobel en 1965, Norstedt, 1966, in Nobel Lectures, Physics, 1963-1970, Elsevier, 1972, and it appears in The Selected Papers of Richard Feynman, World Scientific Press, 2000. This version of Feynman’s Nobel Lecture was prepared to improve the readability of the text by correcting many small errors that appear in the previously published versions.
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