Quantum Man: Richard Feynman and Scientific Integrity: It took a man willing to break all the rules to tame a theory that breaks all the rules. Richard Feynman was one of the most beloved and respected scientists of the 20th century. He was also known as a ‘curious character’, a ‘joke’ and ‘a prankster’. One of the most charismatic scientists of his time, Feynman captivated his colleagues and the public alike. But what is not often appreciated is that while Feynman was indeed a joker, when it came to science, he was deadly serious. He had no tolerance for scientific nonsense, and demonstrated both by his actions and words that to make progress in understanding nature we have to be willing to accept the universe for what it is, and take our answers from nature, and not from our a priori biases. In this charming overview of Feynman’s Life based on his new book, Lawrence Krauss will explore the nature of scientific investigation, and the importance of following nature wherever it leads.