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Richard Feynman Lecture Series

     For more than thirty years, Richard P. Feynman's three-volume Lectures on Physics has been known world-wide as the classic resource for students and professionals alike. That text was based on transcriptions of the hundreds of hours of audio recordings made during Feynman's legendary classroom lectures. These unabridged lectures are essential listening, not just for students of physics, but for anyone seeking an introduction to the field from the inimitable Richard Feynman. The late Richard P. Feynman was awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize for his work on the development on quantum electrodynamics (QED). Besides his work as a physicist, Feynman was at various times a raconteur, artist, bongo player, and safecracker. He died in 1988. Click on an album below to see the playlist.

Lecture Series 1: Theory of Gravitation
1. Planetary Motion:
2. Kepler's Laws:
3. Development of Dynamics:
4. Newton's Law of Gravitation:
5. Universal Gravitation:
6. The Cavendish Experiment:
7. What is Gravity?:
8. Gravity and Relativity:
Lecture Series 2: Wave-Particle Duality
1. Probability in Wave Amplitudes:
2. Measurement of Position and Momentum:
3. Crystal Diffraction:
4. Size of an Atom:
5. Energy Levels:
6. Philosophical Implications:
Lecture Series 3: Space-Time
1. Curved Spaces in Two Dimensions:
2. Curved Spaces in Three Dimensions:
3. Our Space Is Curved:
4. Geometry of Space-Time:
5. Gravity Equivalence:
6. Curved Spaces in Three Dimensions:
7. Curvature of Space-Time:
8. Motion in Curved Space:
9. Einstein's Theory of Gravitation:
Lecture Series 4: Superconductivity
1. Schrodinger's Equation:
2. Conservation of Probability:
3. Probability Continued:
4. Meaning of the Wave Function:
5. Superconductivity:
6. Meissner Effect:
7. Flux Quantization:
8. Dynamics of Superconductivity:
9. Josephson Junction:
Lecture Series 5: Electromagnetism
1. Electrical Forces:
2. Electric and Magnetic Fields:
3. Vector Fields:
4. Laws of Electromagnetism:
5. What are the Fields?:
6. Electromagnetism in Technology: