How A Scientist Tricks His Brain Into Solving Ultra-Complex Problems

Even among scientists, Richard Feynman was a human anomaly. He worked on the atomic bomb, he won a Nobel Prize, he drew hundreds of nude models, he broke into locked safes as a hobby, and he also trained his brain to become a better scientist every day. This guy is worth listening to, but if you're in a rush, skip straight to 2:17.

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