Links to Other Websites
Caltech The
birthplace and home of The Feynman Lectures on Physics
Basic
Books Publishers of The Feynman Lectures on Physics New Millennium
Edition and Feynman's Tips on
Physics
The
Feynman Lectures on Physics Wikipedia entry
"25 Greatest Science Books of All Time"
DISCOVER magazine chose The Feynman
Lectures on Physics as one of the 25 greatest science books of all time. The
Feynman Lectures on Physics is the only physics textbook appearing on
DISCOVER's list.
Pages dedicated to
physics and math education
M.I.T. Open Courseware
The
Open Learning Initiative at Carnegie Mellon
Physics 2000 at The University
of Colorado
The Net
Advance of Physics
Wolfram Mathworld
Stephen Wolfram, creator of
Mathematica,
was a student, friend and colleague of Richard Feynman. The Feynman Lectures
website is proud to be the recipient of a complimentary copy of Mathematica
6.0.
Pages dedicated to
solving physics problems
Harvard Department of Physics Problem of the Week
The University of
Oregon Physics Student Page
Solving Problems in Physics at Oberlin College Department of Physics and
Astronomy
Physics Challenges at Duke University Department of Physics
Physics Question of the Week at The University of Maryland Department of Physics
How Bent Spaghetti Break (a
problem proposed by Feynman) at Laboratoire de Modélisation en Mécanique
Physics / Feynman Videos
Feynman's Messenger Lectures at
Cornell University
These
seven lectures were presented by Feynman, and filmed by the BBC, in 1964 at
Cornell University; they are based on some of Feynman's 196162 Caltech freshman
physics lectures, which form the basis of The Feynman
Lectures on Physics, Volume I.
Feynman's Douglas Robb
Memorial Lectures (on Quantum Electrodynamics)
These
four lectures were presented at The University of Aukland in 1979, and formed
the basis of Feynman's 1985 book QED, The Strange Theory of Light and Matter
The Pleasure of Finding Things Out (40 minute documentary interview with
Feynman)
"The Stuff of Dreams" (a NewScientist Blog about materials with strange
properties)
What happens when you drop 50 lbs. of silly putty from the 7th floor of an
office building.
Sites and Pages
dedicated to Richard P. Feynman
Y. S. Kim's Feynman Page
Feynman
Online
A "minimalist" website on Richard
Feynman
A list
of pages about Richard P. Feynman at the Nanotechnology website
The Feynman Page at Science
Hobbyist Website
Richard Feynman Wikipedia
entry
The Richard Feynman Page
at Answers.com
Homepage of Feynman, New
York Times #1 Bestseller by Ottaviani and Myrick
