Jarrid, yes I now remember Feynman wtiring about that; I think he may even have referenced it in an interview. He was another person who got huge and visible pleasure from his understanding of science and technology.Also, the example of Feynman clarifies my statement that people who don't understand are missing out. I'm sure there were aspects of the world that he understood at a level I never will, and I'm comfortable admitting I'm missing out on the reward he got from that. Equally, I'm happy to admit I'm doubtless missing out on much good Chinese literature because I can't read Chinese; but if I did understand it and enjoyed it, I would encourage others to learn. That's where I'm at with science in this post no more, no less.