Modern Physics: General Relativity

Course Description

In this course, Professor Leonard Susskind gives 12 video lectures on Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fourth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this course focus on quantum mechanics. The course is taught by Leonard Susskind, the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University.

Modern Physics: General Relativity
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ppearson wrote 9 years ago.
These lectures are amazingly well crafted.

ppearson wrote 9 years ago.
Introducing the Ricci tensor.
Equation for local conservation of charge dQ/dt =
View charge density as the 0th component of J. Then
dJ^mu/dx^mu = 0.
Introducing the energy-momentum tensor.
Local conservation of energy-momentum: dT^mu^nu/dx^mu = 0.

Allan Granovskyg wrote 10 years ago.
As usual brilliant and understandable

Dhirendra wrote 10 years ago.
Very nice for bignors

zisa wrote 11 years ago.
Great stuff and great lecture, but hard and not intuitive.
Takes time to appreciate, but you eventually do.

joe nahhas wrote 12 years ago.
Take this moron out of here

riad abu hawash wrote 12 years ago.
thank you for this good job.

fblin wrote 12 years ago.
Are there plans to publish the rest of the lectures?


Great lectures in difficult Course!

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