Hi there! As a writer I get a lot of milage from certain topics. Among these are Einstein, Turing, quantum theory, game theory and, Richard P. Feynman. Feynman as a person is essential beloved by everyone. He embodies that rare researcher who is also an excellent communicator. There are, of course, plenty of excellent first-rate researchers and communicators, but he was both. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965, yet is today perhaps best remembered as an excellent teacher of elementary physics. What does that say?