The Richard Feynman Lectures are one of the worlds greatest set of maths and physic lectures ever filmed, by the BBC.
Understood, appreciated and a source of knowledge to everyone, from a young child to an old professor, there is something for everyone.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates believes that if he had been able to watch physicist Richard Feynman lecture on physics in 1964 his life might have played out differently…
So it begs the question,
Why has the BBC buried the Richard Feynman Lectures for the past 40 years.
Why are the Richard Feynman Lectures not on the UK Maths and Physics school syllabus?
I would have preferred 40 years of Richard Feynman Lectures instead of 40 years of Monthy Python on the BBC, wouldn't you.
Everyone should be allowed to watch the Richard Feynman Lectures. They are timeless.
Nature and physics have not changed, in the past 40 years.
No mathematician or physics can possibly disagree. (Or it could be just me, it wouldn't be the first time)
But at least we are bring more attention to the Richard Feynman Lectures.
Make some noise.
Light in, Light out.