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  1. Some of the links in the original post are now dead due to YouTube taking loads of stuff down, so I will have to sort out an updated version and get it on here.
  2. That's great - thanks! I see you're in Norwich. I did my first degree at UEA when younger and am hoping to move back to Norwich in the next couple of months. It's a small world.
  3. I've made several edits to this list since posting it on here that includes fixes to a couple of now broken links, as well as the addition of a couple of new ones; if anyone knows how I can edit the original post to replace it with the latest version, please do let me know! If you're on FB, you can see the latest version in the form of a FB note here.
  4. When I looked at viewing figures for the show about 5 years ago, it got numbers ranging from 100k to 400k; I don't know if that is still the case.
  5. It is always on iPlayer, but it is only available for a week after it is broadcast; however, if you download it within that week you do have a month to watch it!
  6. At 9.30 tonight on BBC2, The Fantastic Mr Feynman. And before at 8 pm they're repeating the 'The Challenger' which was first shown fairly recently.
  7. I think I know the one you mean; Feynman certainly liked the sound of his own voice!
  8. Just discovered the following links to over 7 more hours of Feynman! Quantum Mechanical View of Reality 2.3 Quantum Mechanical View of Reality 3 Quantum Mechanical View of Reality 4 In this workshop given in Esalen in 1983, Feynman discusses his theories of how the world looks from the point of view of modern quantum physics, wave-particle duality, the uncertainty principle, the question of hidden variables, Bell's theorem, and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.
  9. Well since I will no doubt be seeking help from others on the observational and imaging side of things in the coming months, I thought I would contribute to the site in a way that I am able to by sharing a list of Feynman links that I composed for an Open University forum (and also as a FB note) about a year ago. I compiled this list of resources primarily with the hope that it might help to inspire and motivate those new to physics and/or those who are not yet familiar with Feynman’s life and work, but I hope that already fully fledged Feynman fans and/or those who are already well-read in p
  10. Thanks for all your warm welcomes - much appreciated!
  11. Thanks for the tip James! I'll check it out.
  12. Hi all! I've been into astronomy and science in general since I was a kid, but I have spent most of my spare time on the science side of astronomy (astrophysics) and I've not done a great deal of observing. So I decied to join SGL with the aim of learning off of all you very knowledgable people! At the moment I have a 6 inch Newtonian and an old 80mm refractor, but I'm hoping to invest in a new 'scope later this year with a view to doing some astrophotography. I will probably lurk a little at first and learn from the threads already here, but no doubt I will have plenty of my own questions i
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