Richard Feynman became a legend among students and physics teachers thanks to his outlandish and brilliant teaching style. At the California Institute of Technology, Feynman gave a series of lectures that transformed how physics was taught worldwide between 1961 and 1963. The most approachable content from the series is Six Easy Pieces, which is taken from these renowned Lectures on Physics. In these timeless lectures, physicist Richard Feynman introduces the general reader to atoms, fundamental physics, energy, gravitation, quantum mechanics, and the connection between physics and other subjects. Feynman presents each debate with a minimum of jargon thanks to his brilliant and unmistakable wit. Six Easy Pieces is the perfect introduction to the principles of physics written by one of the most renowned and approachable physicists of the modern era. It is full of excellent examples and smart pictures.