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The Benefits of Being Unreliable

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“To do real good physics work, you do need absolute solid lengths of time,” the great physicist Richard Feynman said. “If you have a job administering anything, you don’t have the time. So I have invented another myth for myself: that I’m irresponsible. I’m actively irresponsible. I tell everyone I don’t do anything. If anyone asks me to be on a committee for

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