Talk:Theoretical physics

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I don't know if anyone knows this or not but MIT has provided a lot of their course material available free online at the following website address: It contains lectures, notes, videos, and problems with solutions all free of charge.

Does anyone know if we can use this information?

Yup, I think so :-) --HappyCamper 22:59, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

What are all the numbers before the courses for?? --Jorge 15:31, 3 February 2007 (UTC)

About Video Lectures: I really wish there were more video lectures on Physics out there. Those from MIT are excellent for the undergraduate starting out in Physics. What I have'nt been able to find are high quality video lectures on Quantum Mechanics, Special Relativity or General Relativity. (I did provide a link to the only lectures I managed to find on GR).

I really think there is a HUGE need for qualified lecturers (or other experts) to share their knowledge, not only with their students directly, but with ALL potential students worldwide - and what better forum for that than Wikiversity!

If anyone has any links to video lectures on Quantum Mechanics, Special Relativity or General Relativity, please let me know. Or if any of you know an expert in the field, please encourage them to add video lecture content to the web and to link to that content from here. Jimbobjames 12:43, 25 February 2007 (UTC)