Leonard Susskind - Lectures from Stanford University, US
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity - Lecture 1:
My Source: YouTube
Last viewed: 25th September 2013
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For anyone with a deep interest in physics, Stanford University's recording of Leonard Susskind's lectures are invaluable. They allow you, in your own time, to go through real university physics lectures from one of the most respected physicists in the world. As they are real lectures, they are difficult. However, I have no background in mathematics but because Susskind is a good and patient teacher, I found I could follow with relative ease. You can follow the suggested videos on YouTube to many more of his lectures but this is one is my favourite and was my starting point. I believe Susskind was an inspiration for the writers of 'The Big Bang Theory' and this is where Leonard Hofstadter get his name. Enjoy!
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