Project Tuva is an enhanced video player created by Microsoft Research to freely host the lectures give my Richard Feynman at the Cornell University in the ’60s. Bill Gates saw the lectures two decades ago, was impressed with them and wanted to make them freely available. Now, it finally happened. You can watch them at Microsoft Research.
The seven lectures given by professor Feynman are:
- Law of Gravity
- The Relation of Mathematics and Physics
- The Great Conservation Principles
- Symmetry in Physical Law
- The Distinction of Past and Future
- Probability and Uncertainty – The Quantum Mechanical View of Nature
- Seeking New Laws
These are great lectures given by one of the greatest physicists of the 20th century. They really worth watching.