1 December 1983 Editorial, Forum and Book Reviews
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In his usual delightful fashion, Professor Richard Feynman recently recounted stories, insights, and observations from his life in science during a one hour interview on U.S. public television. All of what he said was enjoyable, but I think he erred in at least one judgment. He expressed disdain for organizations that form committees to determine who is worthy of an honor. With due deference to his insight, let me offer my own analysis in support of another view.
H. J. Caulfield, "Editorial, Forum and Book Reviews," Optical Engineering 22(6), 226176 (1 December 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973218 . Submission:
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