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Richard Feynman introduces his lecture on Quantum Electrodynamics

Richard Feynman introduces his lecture on Quantum Electrodynamics

The great physicist Richard Feynman warns his students that they won't understand what he's going to tell them. And if they don't like it, they can go somewhere else.

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UncleSam UncleSam (2597 days ago)
If you think you understand quantum theory you don't understand quantum theory.
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If you think you understand quantum theory you don't understand quantum theory.
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Guest: YourName (2597 days ago)
Just about the only clever comment you've ever made UncleSam. Now STFU & GTFO.
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Just about the only clever comment you've ever made UncleSam. Now STFU & GTFO.
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UncleSam UncleSam (2595 days ago)
Latest comment: Search the finite universe and get the force on?
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Latest comment: Search the finite universe and get the force on?
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Guest: johno (2596 days ago)
my god this bloke talks a lot of bull shit.he keeps saying he'll explain but never does
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my god this bloke talks a lot of bull shit.he keeps saying he'll explain but never does
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Guest: Your name (2596 days ago)
That's because this is the introduction, not the lecture.
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That's because this is the introduction, not the lecture.
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Guest: (2596 days ago)
Yes, its the introduction to the first of a series of lectures on his theory of QED, one of the deepest and most powerful theories in all history. So it is a little complicated and well as very weird.
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Yes, its the introduction to the first of a series of lectures on his theory of QED, one of the deepest and most powerful theories in all history. So it is a little complicated and well as very weird.
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