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1 Lecture Lecture 1: Introduction and Syllabus 2006 [Slides
2 Lecture Lecture 2: Requirements, Projects, Early Relativity [Slides
3 Lecture Lecture 3: Relative Motion, Velocity, Newton [Slides
4 Lecture Lecture 4: EM Waves, Ether, Light [Slides
5 Lecture Lecture 5: Time and Space Relative [Slides
6 Lecture Lecture 6: Space-time, Velocity, Twins [Slides
7 Lecture Lecture 7: From Twins to Relativistic Energy [Slides
8 Lecture Lecture 8: Relativistic Energy [Slides
9 Lecture Lecture 9: Nuclear Energy and General Relativity [Slides
10 Lecture Lecture 10: General Relativity [Slides
11 Lecture Lecture 11: Cosmology and Quantum Introduction [Slides
12 Lecture Lecture 12: Early Quantum Physics [Slides
13 Lecture Lecture 13: Atomic Spectra and Bohr [Slides
14 Lecture Lecture 14: Bohr's Atom, Probability, deBroglie [Slides
15 Lecture Lecture 15: Electron Waves and Wave Functions [Slides
16 Lecture Lecture 16: Copenhagen Interpretation [Slides
17 Lecture Lecture 17: Background and Copenhagen Play [Slides
18 Lecture Lecture 18: More Copenhagen [Slides
19 Lecture Lecture 19: A-Bombs and Frisch-Peierls [Slides
20 Lecture Lecture 20: A-bombs [Slides
21 Lecture Lecture 21: A-Bombs and Effects [Slides
22 Lecture Lecture 22: Nuclear Radiation [Slides
23 Lecture Lecture 23: H-Bomb and Arms Control [Slides
24 Lecture Lecture 24: Nuclear Reactors [Slides