When he got back from sick-leave, he immediately began applying it to his work: calculations leading to the fusion bomb.
I find that little background stories like this help students to get engaged with subject.
At the same time, you know, I didn't even think to use Monte Carlo let alone design the damned thing...
I've been playing it heavily recently though, and it seems to be so well weighted. Completing games about 10% of the time.
Trying to work out strategies to finish more games.
How was this done before computers?