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the physicist here is called Walter Lewin.
Who doesn't know this stuff? (Unless you're not interested in physics, of course.)
what a Jack Ass lesson, he was almost dead 😉
which college is this?
FAKE LMAO I am litreally smarter then him LOL and this is fake because i know
suisidal kids be like hit me 🙂
Bill nye did this
At that speed the ball could never knock me out. – Brendan Schaub
Two particals are simultaneously projected opposite direction horizontaly from a given point in space where gravity g is uniform,if u¹ and u² be their initial speeds,then the time t after which their velocities are mutually perpendicular pls solve the question….
i liked dis videos and i am the lover of physics
All these comments saying, "I learned this in highschool" is annoying. You do realize this is 3 mins into an hour long lecture, right? Please, if you're so bright enter an MIT course and see how quick you sink.
Just because its simple dosent mean it "easy" either. E=mc^2 is simple looking, we've all seen it. But do you actually understand it? Can you prove it mathematically?
It looks easy to an untrained eye, and that's the difference between someone who has a degree and someone who doesn't.
Walter Hendrik Gustav Lewin has his own YouTube channel; there are many excellent physics lectures on it.
2:05 student questions every single decision he has made in his life
when He said " I'll close my eyes.I don't wanna see this" , My heart skipped a beat.
why is norman lewis everywhere nowadays
Is there any physics major here who can provide me with insight into the courses as I'm an aspiring 16 yr old who wants to pursue this but is intimidated by the difficulty
What is his salary?
this is what yall go to school for? hahahhahahaha