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Richard Feynman was a theoretical physicist who taught at Cornell University, but he also was a just plain scientist. He had a thought on theory. You cannot prove a vague theory wrong. If the guess that you make is poorly expressed and the method you have for computing the consequences is a little vague then…you […]

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