bethe talks

November 28, 2006 at 3:20 pm | | news, science and the public, seminars, wild web

Cornell has some cool videos of Hans Bethe talking about quantum mechanics. Here’s his intro: “Quantum theory is the most important discovery of the 20th century. And it has been presented to the public in a completely distorted way, what you hear normally has very little to do with quantum theory.”

There are three 50-minute talks, so you can watch them while waiting for the laser to warm up, the cells to divide, the coffee to percolate, or whatever you do…

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  1. I cry.

    Comment by kendall — November 29, 2006 #

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