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Topic review - String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)
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  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
This guy compares Feynman versus other ideas, esp re Field Theory.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mK8PP49bMQQ
Post Posted: 08 Oct 2017, 01:49
  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
'Strangeness Minus Three'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0ldgqdnCkI
Post Posted: 29 Sep 2017, 01:39
  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
Whoa, six-hour lecture at University of Auckland re Light. It's really old, so quality not that good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Alj6q4Y0TNE#t=1.537059
Post Posted: 10 Aug 2017, 00:06
  Post subject:  Re: Strong Interaction Feynman Lecture  Reply with quote
This video is not basic, but it is relevant, about 'strong' interaction.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjb64Tx1JiM&t=404s
Post Posted: 05 Aug 2017, 18:05
  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
Playlist of his lectures, basic stuff:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3mhkYbznBk&list=PLLzGzdSNup63lMYeOpU9Hax6MBsTjdDas


2.5 hour audio book on the Character of Physical Law:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJbRAGMpCY0
Post Posted: 18 Jul 2017, 03:04
  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
Here's a video to introduce you to the irrepressible Dr Feynman (hope he's in heaven):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNhlNSLQAFE
Post Posted: 18 Jul 2017, 01:41
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Closest thing in art, are the paintings of Georges Seurat. He painted IN DOTS.
http://www.georgesseurat.org/A-Sunday-A ... large.html
Post Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 23:44
  Post subject:  Re: String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
Feynman diagrams of causality and change
https://www.google.com/search?q=Feynman ... ACXPzQcgLM:

Just look at the shapes, with start point left, end points right. Wavy lines are energy (sometimes particles). Basic idea is to show how colliding particles create waves or strings of energy and then other particles. Think of all these as moving, vibrating, and crowded. Supposedly that's what our lives all look like at the subatomic level, with the air and all objects included.
Post Posted: 17 Jul 2017, 23:41
  Post subject:  String Feynman Lectures (start here first if new to physics)  Reply with quote
Richard Feynman has a long and colorful history (click here), and was on the ground floor of physics and string physics, in the United States, starting with the Manhattan project. He was also close friends with Dr Susskind, so I titled this thread with 'St' to keep both men's threads together.

Sadly, there are no organized playlists on Dr Feynman to speak of, so I accumulated some in my own playlist; yet maybe it's just better to go through Youtube search (right-click here on 'New Tab').

As I have time, I'll do that in later posts, to roughly organize the material topically as was done in Dr Susskind's thread.

The simplest guy to hear is Brian Greene (will do a thread on him too), followed by Feynman then Susskind. Simple is good for 'forest', but the more you learn the more questions you have, so then you need more in-depth information.

It just kills me to see how clearly math and physics illustrates Bible verses/doctrines, and yet these guys can't see that. It's like being undeservedly rich. So you ache for them to get what you have. Kinda like how parents yearn for their kids to have a better life. For that's what God did, and why everything you see in math, physics, biology, etc. all work as they do (all with VERY VERY VERY SIMILAR patterns and structures, fractalic).

So pray for them and everyone else. Cuz these guys are clearly in love with their work. How much more would they love the Worker, if they weren't filled up with all the apostate garbage ADVERTISING, passing for Christianity?
Post Posted: 13 Jul 2017, 09:58

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