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Q, is there a site where I can read the Feynman lectures?
I really don't know, I doubt there is a legal one. You could find them in a good university library, perhaps in other schools to, perhaps even in some large public lib. Complete title: "The Feynman Lectures on Physics" by Feynman-Leighton-Sands, Addison Wesley.


Pretty expensive (3 volumes). Quantum mechanics is in volume III.

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Q, is there a site where I can read the Feynman lectures?
See these links:


QDC Lectures


BBC lectures


Nobel Lecture


Web page--lectures posted under life and science, other good stuff


Physics Science Forum--lectures cited


--Click Here--Play it Loud http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6630666403007120114&q=physicsI think perhaps the types of thoughts Schrödinger's Cat as "Such a Simple Cat" would express about "Who It Was" while in the box if it had the brain of Feynman--put to music

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