This week, Members, on a Friday that would have been physicist Richard Feynman’s 100th birthday, give yourself some options. You can choose to tackle any complications with the abstract and specific techniques of calculus, favored by the Standard Model. Or you can use more spatially oriented diagrams to bridge the gap between knowledge and understanding, favored by Quantum Field theory. Either works. Whichever you utilize, don’t forget that Richard Feynman not only was self-taught in the former but invented the latter. So use the full spectrum of tools at your disposal but if you don’t like what you see, feel free to dream up a new one.