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Sunday, August 31, 2014

The Richard Feynman Lectures

Richard Feynman was a Nobel Prize winning physicist that started working on the Manhattan Project and ended his career as one of the preeminent and most sought after physics sages.


Bill Gates, in an act of pure kindness to humanity, bought the rights to Feynman's famous Cornell University Physics lecture series entitled, "The Character of Physical Law" and opened them for everyone.

If you never got physics or hated the math, you can understand Richard Feynman. In these lectures he is presenting to students and his respected professor colleagues so he is explaining things in an unpretentious way for anyone to listen.

I urge you to watch these videos.

Here's where I got the story:
http://www.openculture.com/2012/08/the_character_of_physical_law_richard_feynmans_legendary_lecture_series_at_cornell_1964.html


Here are the videos.

Enjoy!