09 - Muons and Time Travelling Twins.mp3 (Size: 511.43 MB) (Files: 26)
09 - Muons and Time Travelling Twins.mp3
10 - Escaping Contradiction, Simultaniety is Relative.mp3
08 - Uncomman Sense, Stretching Time.mp3
06 - Earth and the Ether, A Crisis in Physics.mp3
07 - Einstein to the Rescue.mp3
05 - Speed C, Relative to What.mp3
04 - Let There Be Light.mp3
03 - The Clockwork Universe.mp3
15 - Black Holes.mp3
14 - Curved Spacetime.mp3
13 - A Problem of Gravity.mp3
12 - What About E=MC^2 and is Everything Relative.mp3
11 - Faster than Light, Past, Future and Elsewhere.mp3
02 - Heavan and Earth, Place and Motion.mp3
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Modern Physics for Non-Scientists.nfo
24 - Toward aTheory of Everything.mp3
23 - Cosmic Connections.mp3
22 - The Particle Zoo.mp3
21 - Quantum Weirdness and Schrodengger's Cat.mp3
20 - Particle or Wave.mp3
19 - Quantum Uncertainty, Farewell to Determinism.mp3
18 - Wave or Particle.mp3
17 - Enter the Quantum.mp3
16 - Into the Heart of Matter.mp3
01 - Time Travel, Tunneling, Tennis and Tea.mp3
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Professor Richard Wolfson - Modern Physics for Non-Scientists - TTC
Includes 24 lectures by Professor Richard Wolfson of Dartmouth College. Each lecture is 30 minutes in length.) Relativity and quantum physics touch the very basis of physical reality, altering our commonsense notions of space and time, cause and effect. Both have reputations for complexity. But the basic ideas behind relativity and quantum physics are, in fact, simple and comprehensible by anyone. As Professor Wolfson points out, the essence of relativity can be summed up in a single sentence: The laws of physics are the same for all observers in uniform motion. The same goes for quantum theory, which is based on the principle that the "stuff " of the universe-matter and energy-is not infinitely divisible but comes in discrete chunks called "quanta." Why should you care about these landmark theories?
Because relativity and quantum physics are not only profound and beautiful ideas in their own right, they are also the gateway to understanding many of the latest science stories in the media. These are the stories about time travel, string theory, black holes, space telescopes, particle accelerators, and other cutting-edge developments. On his own Middlebury College campus, Professor Wolfson is a teaching legend with an infectious enthusiasm for his subject and a knack for conveying difficult concepts in a way that fosters true understanding. He is the author of an introductory text on physics, a contributor to the esteemed publication Scientific American, and a specialist in interpreting science for the nonspecialist.
LECTURE SAMPLE: 1) Clockwork Universe 2) Black Holes 3) Enter the Quantum 4) Wave or Particle 5) Cosmic Connections 6) Earth and the Ether-A Crisis in Physics 7) Time Travel, Tunneling, Tennis and Tea....and much more.