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Richard P. Feynman.Video interview at Google Video

Pleasure of Finding Things Out

The Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures by Richard P. Feynman

>>Lecture 1: Photons – Corpuscles of Light
A gentle lead-in to the subject, Feynman starts by discussing photons and their properties.
Provided by The Vega Science Trust.
>>Lecture 2: Fits of Reflection and Transmission – Quantum Behaviour
What are reflection and transmission, and how do they work?
Provided by The Vega Science Trust.

 >>Lecture 3: Electrons and their Interaction
Feynman diagrams and the intricacies of particle interaction
Provided by The Vega Science Trust.

>>Lecture 4: New Queries
What does it mean and where is it all leading?
Provided by The Vega Science Trust.
>>Website

Two minute excerpt from Richard P. Feynman’s Lecture on why the nature is symmetric  >>Audio fragment at YouTube

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Two minute video capture of the most famous physicists at Solvay Conference (1927):
(Ervin Schr
ödinger, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Paul Dirac, Max Born, Wolfgang Pauli, Louis de Broglie, Marie Curie, Hendrik Lorentz, Albert Einstein and others)

>>Video fragment in Flash format

>>Video fragment in RealPlayer format

>>Photo of all the participants of Solvay Conference

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Black holes, Wormholes and Time Travel                                                                                                                                                                                                                   >>Lecture by Paul Davies (Imperial University

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Life in Space >>Lecture by Helen Sharman

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States of Matter >>Lecture by John Murrell (University of Sussex)

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The Chemistry of Interstellar Space >>Lecture by William Klemperer (Harward University)

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Electron Waves Unveil the Microcosmos >>Lecture by Akira Tonomura

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Tick, Tick Pulsating Star: How we wonder what you are >>Lecture by Jocelyn Bell Burnell (Open University)

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Nanotubes: The Materials of the 21st Century >>Lecture by Sumio Iijima

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Science and Fine Art >>Lecture by David Bomford 

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Electricity, Magnetism and the Body >>Lecture by Anthony Barker (Sussex University)

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How X-rays cracked the structure of DNA >>Lecture by Amand Lucas (University of Namur)

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How to Make Teaching Come Alive >>Lecture by Walter Lewin (MIT) >>Website

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Polarization: Light Waves, Rainbows, and Cheap Sunglasses

>>Lecture by Walter Lewin (MIT) >>Website

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The Birth and Death of Stars >>Lecture by Walter Lewin (MIT) >>Website

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The Sounds of Music >>Lecture by Walter Lewin (MIT)  >>Website

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The Elegant Universe                                                                                                                                                                    >>http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/program.html
This video series contains three parts each one hour long.
Here is the link to all the video lectures of >>
The Elegant Universe.

  • Part 1: Einsteins Dream
    • A Theory of Everything?
    • Newton’s Embarassing Secret
    • A New Picture of Gravity
    • A Strange New World
    • The Quantum Cafe
    • Gravity – The Odd Man Out
    • Strings to the Rescue
    • Science of Philosophy
  • Part 2: String’s The Thing

    • Two Conflicting Sets of Laws
    • One Master Equation
    • The Birth of String Theory
    • The Standard Model
    • Wrestling with String Theory
    • The Theory of Everything
    • Multiple Dimensions
    • Five Flavors of String Theory
  • Part 3: Welcome to the 11th Dimension

    • The Wild West of Physics
    • The Potential of Strings
    • Getting to One Theory
    • Parallel Universes
    • Escaping Gravity
    • Riddle of the Big Bang
    • Signs of Strings
    • Too Elegant to be Wrong

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Physics Lectures from Princeton University

Pricenton University has a huge collection of video lectures in physics, maths, economics, politics.

Lectures from Pricenton University.

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Lectures on Quantum Computation by David Deutsch

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Personal and Historical Perspectives of Hans Bethe

IN 1999, legendary theoretical physicist Hans Bethe delivered three lectures on quantum theory to his neighbors at the Kendal of Ithaca retirement community (near Cornell University). Given by Professor Bethe at age 93, the lectures are presented here as QuickTime videos synchronized with slides of his talking points and archival material.

 

Website of these lecture

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Modern Physics: Modern Physics. Quantum Physics. Quantum Mechanics. Quantum Field Theory. Applied Group Theory. General Relativity. Cosmology. Astrophysics. Computational Physics. Thermodynamics. Basic Physics.

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Collection of Audio Lectures in Physics:>>Link to Audio Lectures

Lectures provided:

  • Los Alamos from Below (speech by Richard P. Feynman himself!!!)
  • Einstein’s Relativity and the Quantum Revolution
  • Greatest Minds and Ideas of All Time
  • Hawking’s Black Holes
  • Complexity and Chaos
  • Universe in a Nutshell (Stephen Hawking

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 >>Modern Physics: Classical Mechanics
Descriptive introduction to physics:
>>Physics for Future Presidents (Berkeley) >>Course website

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Classical Mechanics:
>> Physics 8.01 (MIT)  >>Course website

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Introductory Physics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 >>Physics 8A 001 (audio only) >>Physics 8A 002 (audio only)

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Electricity and Magnetism:
>>Physics 8.02 (MIT) >> Course website

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Vibrations and Waves:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        >>Physics 8.03 (MIT) >>Course website

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Symmetry, Structure, and Tensor Properties of Materials                                                                                                                                                                                           >> Lec 3.60 (link to video lectures) (MIT) >>Course website

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How Things Work                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       >>  Physics 105 (University of Virginia) >> Course homepage

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The Wonders of Physics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  >>Video Lectures (University of Wisconsin)

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Elementary College Physics                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           >>Video Lectures (University of North Carolina Wilmington) >>Course homepage

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Exploring Black Holes: General Relativity and Astrophysics.                                                                                                                                                                                            >>Video Lectures: 8.224 (videos under Course Notes) >>Course website

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>>The Elegant Universe
>>Physics Lectures from Princeton University
>>Lectures on Quantum Computation by David Deutsch
>>Personal and Historical Perspectives of Hans Bethe
>>Excitatory Topics in Physics (MIT)
>>Quantum Physics (130A, Spring 2003, UC San Diego)Quantum Physics (130B, Fall 2003, UCSan Diego)
>>Quantum Physics (130C, Spring 2003, UC San Diego)
>>Quantum Mechanics I (University of New Mexico)
>>Quantum Field Theory (Physics 253, Harvard University)
>>Quantum Field Theory (University of New Mexico)
>>Applied Group Theory:The Foundations of Theoretical Physics Using Lie Groups & Algebras
>>General Relativity (Physics 6938, Fall 2007, Florida Atlantic University)
>>Cosmology for Beginners
>>Frontiers and Controversies in Astrophysics
>>Scientific Computing: Computational Physics
>>Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams
>>Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams
>>Gödel, Escher, Bach: A Mental Space Odyssey
>>Beauty and Truth in Physics by Murray Gell-Mann
>>The Universe on a String by Brian Greene
>>What is Our Place in the Cosmos? (David Deutsch
>>Asking Big Questions About the Universe (Stephen Hawking)
>>An Inside Tour of the World’s Biggest Supercollider
>>CERN’s 27km Big Bang Machine
>>Lectures from African Summer Theory Institute 2004
>>Exploration at the Limits of Space & Time (NASA’s “Beyond Einstein” Program)
>>Neutrinos: Discovering a New Physics World
>>Laser Manipulation of Atoms and Spins
>>Challenge in Astrophysics
>>Nanowires and Nanocrystals for Nanotechnology
>>Manipulation of Nanoscale Charged States in Manganites
>>American Physics Society (APS) Videos
>>Massive Collection of Physics Seminar Videos from Rutgers University Physics Department
>>Brookhaven National Library Physics Videos
>>Demonstrations of Electromagnetic Fields, Forces, and Motion
>>Physics Demonstrations from Wake Forest University
>>Synchrotron Radiation for Materials Science Applications
>>Geometric Optics (VisSci 203A, UC Berkeley)
>>Modern Physics (PHYS 2D, University of California, San Diego)
>>Short Course in Quantum Information (by Ivan H. Deutsch)
>>Introduction to String Theory
>>String Theory
>>String Theory for Pedestrians
>>Guide for Physics Teachers: Particle Physics
>>The Universe is Queerer Than We Can Suppose
>>Journey to the Center of the Earth … and beyond!
>>CERN Summer School Videos 2007/2008
>>What Is the Large Hadron Collider?
>>Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Video Archive
>>Physics Talks at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
>>String Theory, Black Holes, and the Fundamental Laws of Nature (Harvard
>>Leonard Susskind Explores Dark Matter
>>Death by Black Hole (by Neil DeGrasse Tyson)
>>How the Moon was Made?
>>How the Moon Affects Life on Earth?
>>Health Hazards of Moon Dust
>>A COMPLETE Search for New Suns (Harvard)
>>The Fluid World: flows, films and foams (Harvard)
>>Astrophysics Workshop on Saturation and Transport Properties of MRI-driven Turbulence
>>Workshop on General Purpose Computation on Graphics Processing Units in Astronomy and

 Astrophysics (AstroGPU 2007)
>>Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton), School of Natural Sciences, Physics Lectures
>>Bonus lecture: The Geometry of 3 Manifolds (Harvard)
>>Bonus lecture: Evolutionary Dynamics (Harvard)
>>Bonus lecture: Solving Cubic Equations

>>Quantum Physics
>>Quantum Mechanics
>>Quantum Mechanics Visualization Applets
>>Classical Physics
>>Classical Mechanics
>>Oscillations and Waves
>>Chaos, Fractals and Dynamical Systems
>>Linear Dynamical Systems
>>Heat and Mass Transfer
>>Einstein’s Theory – General Relativity

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