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Physics Two: Track B
Four untitled lectures for Physics 2, Track B. A series of four 50-minute lectures for sophomore physics; given over two weeks in Febrary 1980. Lecture 1: 2/18/80; Lecture 2: 2/21/80; Lecture 3: 2/25/80; Lecture 4: 2/28/80. Feynman tells the undergraduates that everything on the upcoming final examination is not true. Following this diabolical challenge, he explains with characteristic hyperbole that he will expound in three lectures the entire state of modern physics, or more specifically, quantum electrodynamics. In the fourth, he will tackle whatever else in modern physics that's left over.
Feynman, Richard Phillips, 1918-1988 (Physicist, Nobel Laureate)
Feb. 18, 1980 through Feb. 28, 1980
MEDIUM: Video Tape, digital file; FORMAT: 3/4" Master, VHS, DVD; QUANTITY: 4, 9, 4
Topics: Physics, Nobel Prize
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