"Anytime you try to teach the subjects without teachers who love the subject, it is doomed to failure and is a foolish thing to do."

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"Anytime you try to teach the subjects without teachers who love the subject, it is doomed to failure and is a foolish thing to do."

Known as the Great Explainer, physicist Richard Feynman was famous for his easy-to-understand explanations of complex scientific concepts.

He dedicated a large part of his life to teaching physics, mostly at Caltech. Feynman appreciated what he himself learnt from teaching and felt that teaching helped him keep up-to-date and productive.

Feynman was awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on quantum electrodynamics, including the introduction of the famous Feynman diagram.

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