Faithful readers will know that Richard Feynman is one of my
heroes. Here he expresses his comfort with not knowing and his
discomfort with mystic solutions to the unknowable. Personally,
I have no problem with the notion that "one of the aspects of God
came to the Earth." I mean, why couldn't He? Who is to tell Him
not to? Still, I admire Feynman's openness to discovery and
learning, his willingness to not "know", and his lack of dogmatism -
"which is the way it really is, as far as I can tell, possibly."