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Irreversible Process From Reversible Laws
A 50-minute guest lecture for Physics 2, Track C, at Caltech, given in April 1987. Feynman addresses a fundamental and paradoxical problem in physics: natural phenomena are characterized by irreversibility (for example, frying an egg), but physical laws all appear to explain only reversible processes. This is one of Feynman's last lectures to undergraduates.
Feynman, Richard Phillips, 1918-1988 (Physicist, Nobel Laureate)
Apr. 30, 1987
MEDIUM: Video Tape, digital file; FORMAT: 3/4" Master , VHS, DVD; QUANTITY: 1, 3, 1
Topics: Physics, Nobel Prize
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