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Memories of a Theoretical Physicist

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Memories of a Theoretical Physicist
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 151

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Probably the target audience is theoretical physicists, especially young ones, who may enjoy comparing my struggles with their own. It will probably have too much physics for a nontechnical reader, and too little for a physicist, but perhaps there will be different things for each.

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